Zac Efron wants to ‘move to Australia permanently’

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Zac Efron wants to ‘move to Australia permanently’ (Picture: Getty)

Zac Efron decided he wants to hop on a plane and ‘move to Australia permanently’.

The Baywatch star has been living in Byron Bay, Australia amid the coronavirus pandemic and it looks like he’s enjoying his time down under.

According to TMZ, the actor is thinking about permanently moving to the coastal town where Chris Hemsworth also resides.

Sources told the publication that Zac is ‘planning to list his Los Angeles home in the near future’ and has been ‘burnt out living in and around Hollywood.’

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Considering Zac has mentioned possibly leaving Hollywood in an episode of his Netflix travel series Down To Earth, we can see it happening.

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During a visit to Sardinia, the star told his travel pal, wellness guru Darin Olien, that he needed to ‘get out of Hollywood’.

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Zac previously mentioned his desire to leave Hollywood in his Netflix series Down To Earth (Picture: Getty Images)

He explained that he’s ‘done’ with the lifestyle that comes with being a star as it’s ‘not conducive’ to a ‘long, happy, mentally-sound life’.

The show follows Zac and Darin travelling around the world to find out more about different trends in wellness, food, and health.

Zac Efron in Down To Earth
Zac mentioned his desire to leave Hollywood (Picture: Netflix)

During the episode in Sardinia, the duo found out why Sardinians live such long and healthy lives.

He explained how his experiences there made him look at his own lifestyle, and how he might change his own life in the pursuit of happiness.

‘I’m definitely looking at my life a whole new way,’ he told Darin.

‘I gotta get out of Hollywood, I’m done. It’s not a place conducive to living a long, happy, mentally-sound life.’

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for comment.

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