George Clooney and Julia Roberts film their new movie Ticket to Paradise in The Whitsundays

George Clooney and Julia Roberts are currently in Australia shooting their new romantic comedy, Ticket to Paradise, in The Whitsundays.

The Hollywood superstars were at the Haslewood Island set in Queensland on Tuesday dressed in casual summer outfits.  

George, 60, and Julia, 54, who play a divorced couple who fly to Bali for their daughter’s wedding, were surrounded by crew as they shot scenes on the sand. 

Working: George Clooney and Julia Roberts (pictured) are currently in Australia shooting their new romantic comedy, Ticket to Paradise, in The Whitsundays

The upcoming movie is set in Bali, with locations around Queensland standing in for the tropical destination. 

The film’s crew transformed Haslewood Island into Bali, erecting beachside huts for the staff. 

After arriving by helicopter, Julia and George got to work shooting, with crew members shielding them with umbrellas between takes.  

Busy: The Hollywood superstars were at the Haslewood Island set in Queensland on Tuesday, dressed in casual summer outfits. George (pictured) looked the part as a tourist, wearing a white polo shirt and grey shorts and carrying a backpack

Busy: The Hollywood superstars were at the Haslewood Island set in Queensland on Tuesday, dressed in casual summer outfits. George (pictured) looked the part as a tourist, wearing a white polo shirt and grey shorts and carrying a backpack 

Ready for action: George, 60, and Julia, 54, play a divorced couple who fly to Bali

Ready for action: George, 60, and Julia, 54, play a divorced couple who fly to Bali 

Incoming: After arriving by helicopter, Julia and George got to work shooting

Incoming: After arriving by helicopter, Julia and George got to work shooting

Baggage: Staff helped the pair off the helicopter as Julia made her way across the sand

Baggage: Staff helped the pair off the helicopter as Julia made her way across the sand

Staff helped the pair off the helicopter with a number of bags unloaded from the back and carried on set. 

Julia was dressed in a short blue dress that showed off her slim pins, and had on a pair of sunglasses. 

She wore her hair off her face in a loose bun and added a pair of white flip flops to the ensemble. 

Heavy load: A number of bags were unloaded from the back and carried on set

Heavy load: A number of bags were unloaded from the back and carried on set

Masked up: Staff donned face masks as they assisted the actors

Masked up: Staff donned face masks as they assisted the actors 

Handy: Julia opted to carry her own bag, taking a brown tote with her

Handy: Julia opted to carry her own bag, taking a brown tote with her 

Looking good: The actress was dressed in a short blue frock that showed off her slim pins

Looking good: The actress was dressed in a short blue frock that showed off her slim pins

Sunny daze: The Pretty Woman star had on a pair of sunglasses

Sunny daze: The Pretty Woman star had on a pair of sunglasses 

Details: She wore her brunette hair off her face in a loose bun and added a pair of white flip flops to the ensemble

Details: She wore her brunette hair off her face in a loose bun and added a pair of white flip flops to the ensemble

George, meanwhile, looked the part of a tourist, wearing a white polo shirt and grey shorts. 

He carried a black backpack and wore sunglasses as he traversed the sand in pair of dark flip flops.    

Ticket to Paradise began filming earlier this month on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane, and moved to The Whitsundays shortly afterwards. 

A little assistance: A crew member shielded Julia with an umbrella

A little assistance: A crew member shielded Julia with an umbrella 

Stand in: The upcoming movie is set in Bali, with locations around Queensland standing in for the tropical destination

Stand in: The upcoming movie is set in Bali, with locations around Queensland standing in for the tropical destination

Location: Ticket to Paradise began filming earlier this month on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane, and moved to The Whitsundays shortly afterwards

Location: Ticket to Paradise began filming earlier this month on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane, and moved to The Whitsundays shortly afterwards

Travel: It was revealed back in March that George and Julia were heading to Australia to film the hotly anticipated project

Travel: It was revealed back in March that George and Julia were heading to Australia to film the hotly anticipated project

Wow! The film received a $6.4million grant from the federal government's Location Incentive Program

Wow! The film received a $6.4million grant from the federal government’s Location Incentive Program 

It was revealed back in March that George and Julia were heading to Australia to film the hotly anticipated project. 

The film received a $6.4million grant from the federal government’s Location Incentive Program.

George and Julia will play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Kaitlyn Dever, from getting married.

Plot: George and Julia will play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Kaitlyn Dever, from getting married

Plot: George and Julia will play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Kaitlyn Dever, from getting married

Stars: The movie also stars Billie Lourd as Dever's best friend, who travels with her to Bali, where she decides to marry a local

Stars: The movie also stars Billie Lourd as Dever’s best friend, who travels with her to Bali, where she decides to marry a local

Work it: The production is expected to generate $47million for the Australian economy and create more than 270 jobs

Work it: The production is expected to generate $47million for the Australian economy and create more than 270 jobs

The movie also stars Billie Lourd as Dever’s best friend, who travels with her to Bali, where she decides to marry a local. 

The two-month project will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the picturesque Whitsundays doubling for Bali.  

The production is expected to generate $47million for the Australian economy and create more than 270 jobs.

Filming: The two-month project will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the picturesque Whitsundays doubling for Bali

Filming: The two-month project will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the picturesque Whitsundays doubling for Bali

Filming: The two-month project will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the picturesque Whitsundays doubling for Bali

Pedigree: Ticket to Paradise is written and directed by Ol Parker, who helmed The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Pedigree: Ticket to Paradise is written and directed by Ol Parker, who helmed The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Transport: Helicopters and boats were used on set to transport the cast and crew

Transport: Helicopters and boats were used on set to transport the cast and crew 

Ticket to Paradise is written and directed by Ol Parker, who helmed The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. 

Longtime friends George and Julia have starred in three films together – Oceans Eleven (2001), Oceans Twelve (2004) and Money Monster (2016).

George relocated to Australia last month with his human rights lawyer wife Amal and the couple’s five-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella.

Despite spending their mandatory 14-day quarantine period at a sprawling NSW Southern Highlands estate rather than the usual hotel, George still complained about the conditions.

Pals: Longtime friends George and Julia have starred in three films together - Oceans Eleven (2001), Oceans Twelve (2004) and Money Monster (2016). Pictured together at the Cannes Film Festival in France in May 2016

Pals: Longtime friends George and Julia have starred in three films together – Oceans Eleven (2001), Oceans Twelve (2004) and Money Monster (2016). Pictured together at the Cannes Film Festival in France in May 2016

‘You have to stay in one place for 14 days until you’re finally allowed to go out and breathe,’ he told WTF podcast host Marc Maron. 

Meanwhile, Julia also jetted into Australia last month, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9million mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse. 

The property was the former rental home of Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch, the son and daughter-in-law of Australian-born media mogul Rupert Murdoch. 

The home was patrolled by around-the-clock armed guards, while multiple chefs, waiters and housekeepers stayed with Julia as part of her travel bubble.  

In town: George relocated to Australia last month with his human rights lawyer wife Amal and the couple's five-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella. Meanwhile, Julia also jetted into Australia last month, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9million mansion in Sydney's Vaucluse

In town: George relocated to Australia last month with his human rights lawyer wife Amal and the couple’s five-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella. Meanwhile, Julia also jetted into Australia last month, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9million mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse

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