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Matt Damon and wife Luciana Barroso pick up coffees in Byron Bay

Matt Damon has adjusted to life in Australia effortlessly since arriving in the country earlier in the year.

The 50-year-old Hollywood actor was spotted on a coffee run with his wife of 16 years, Luciana Barroso, in Byron Bay on Thursday.

Both Matt and Luciana, 45, appeared relaxed as they picked up a tray of takeaway drinks from a local café.

Taking it easy: Actor Matt Damon was spotted on a coffee run in Byron Bay on Thursday

The Bourne Identity star was dressed casually in a pair of navy cargo pants, which he teamed with a dark blue T-shirt.

He also wore grey sneakers, and hid his tired eyes behind a pair of black sunglasses.

Meanwhile, Luciana opted for Lycra exercise tights with a white and blue tie-dye pattern on the legs.

Caffeine fix: He was joined by his wife of 16 years, Luciana Barroso

Caffeine fix: He was joined by his wife of 16 years, Luciana Barroso

Getting it to go: Both Matt, 50, and Luciana, 45, appeared relaxed as they picked up a tray of takeaway drinks from a local café

Getting it to go: Both Matt, 50, and Luciana, 45, appeared relaxed as they picked up a tray of takeaway drinks from a local café

Plenty to go around: Luciana carried her cup, while Matt was loaded up with a tray full of takeaway coffees

Plenty to go around: Luciana carried her cup, while Matt was loaded up with a tray full of takeaway coffees

She also wore a long-sleeve black T-shirt with the sleeves rolled up, and a pair of white Nike sneakers.

After arriving at the café, Matt pored over his phone in the car park, before they made their way inside.

The Oscar winner stared intently at the device as his wife walked alongside him.

Phoning it in: The Bourne Identity star was dressed casually in a pair of navy cargo pants, which he teamed with a dark blue T-shirt

Phoning it in: The Bourne Identity star was dressed casually in a pair of navy cargo pants, which he teamed with a dark blue T-shirt

Staying connected: After arriving at the café, Matt pored over his phone in the car park, before they made their way inside

Staying connected: After arriving at the café, Matt pored over his phone in the car park, before they made their way inside

They blended in seamlessly with the locals as they placed their coffee order before getting it to go.

Luciana carried her cup, while Matt was loaded up with a tray full of takeaway coffees.

The couple relocated to Australia in January along with their daughters, Isabella, 14, Gia, 12, and Stella, 10.

Chic: Luciana opted for Lycra exercise tights with a white and blue tie-dye pattern on the legs

Chic: Luciana opted for Lycra exercise tights with a white and blue tie-dye pattern on the legs

Checking in: The Oscar winner stared intently at his phone as his wife walked alongside him

Dressed down: Luciana wore a long-sleeve black T-shirt with the sleeves rolled up, and a pair of white Nike sneakers

Checking in: The Oscar winner stared intently at his phone as his wife walked alongside him

Matt is in Australia filming Thor: Love and Thunder, which has been in production in Sydney since January.

‘I’m so excited that my family and I will be able to call Australia home for the next few months,’ he said in a statement shortly after his arrival. 

‘Australian film crews are world-renowned for their professionalism and are a joy to work with, so the 14 days of quarantine will be well worth it. 

Famous faces: They blended in seamlessly with the locals as they placed their coffee order before getting it to go

Famous faces: They blended in seamlessly with the locals as they placed their coffee order before getting it to go

Glad to be here: 'I'm so excited that my family and I will be able to call Australia home for the next few months,' Matt said in a statement shortly after his arrival

Glad to be here: ‘I’m so excited that my family and I will be able to call Australia home for the next few months,’ Matt said in a statement shortly after his arrival

Pro: 'Australian film crews are world-renowned for their professionalism and are a joy to work with, so the 14 days of quarantine will be well worth it,' he said in January

Pro: ‘Australian film crews are world-renowned for their professionalism and are a joy to work with, so the 14 days of quarantine will be well worth it,’ he said in January

‘Australia definitely is the lucky country, and I can’t wait to show my family Australia’s down to earth people, breathtaking scenery and diverse culture.’

Even Prime Minister Scott Morrison branded Matt’s arrival Down Under a ‘big win’ for the country.

Matt and his family are believed to be staying at a European-style home in Knockrow, just outside of Byron Bay.

Lucky: 'Australia definitely is the lucky country, and I can't wait to show my family Australia's down to earth people, breathtaking scenery and diverse culture,' he added

Lucky: ‘Australia definitely is the lucky country, and I can’t wait to show my family Australia’s down to earth people, breathtaking scenery and diverse culture,’ he added

Making a move: The couple relocated to Australia in January with their daughters, Isabella, 14, Gia, 12, and Stella, 10

Making a move: The couple relocated to Australia in January with their daughters, Isabella, 14, Gia, 12, and Stella, 10

The eight-bedroom home costs $7,000 a night on Airbnb.

It also boasts a swimming pool, manicured gardens, tennis court and stunning ocean views.

Meanwhile, the actor thrilled Aussies earlier this month when he appeared on the U.S. Today show from the gambling area of a Brisbane pub.

Home away from home: Matt and his family are believed to be staying at a European-style home in Knockrow, just outside of Byron Bay

Home away from home: Matt and his family are believed to be staying at a European-style home in Knockrow, just outside of Byron Bay


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