George Clooney and Julia Roberts arrive by helicopter on set of “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, reports Daily Mail.

The Hollywood superstars, the publication goes on, 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.

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.

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.

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