‘He even smells good!’ Zac Efron is ‘the nicest celebrity ever’ says Dubbo hotel worker who met him and girlfriend Vanessa Valladares
Zac Efron is charming his way around Australia.
The Baywatch star, who moved to Australia last year, has been dubbed the ‘nicest celeb she’s ever met’ by a Dubbo motel worker who met him recently, according to Deuxmoi.
Per the gossip outlet’s sources, the High School Musical actor, 33, ‘smells nice too’.
Aww: Zac Efron is charming his way around Australia, having been dubbed the ‘nicest celeb she’s ever met’ by a Dubbo hotel worker
A woman, known only as Huntergirl, told Deuxmoi her mother works at the Dubbo hotel Zac stayed at with Vanessa Valladares.
Her mother said that model Vanessa ‘was also lovely’ and did the couple’s washing while staying at the hotel over Easter.
Zac was likely in Dubbo, a city in the Orana region of New South Wales, filming his Netflix travel series Down to Earth.
He gets around: Zac was likely in Dubbo, a city in the Orana region of New South Wales, filming his Netflix travel series Down to Earth
On Tuesday, Efron shared a post on Instagram after stopping by Jonai Farms and Meatsmiths in Eganstown.
The photo showed Zac crouching down near a trio of black piglets, and was imaginatively captioned: ‘Three little pigs.’
On the official Down to Earth Instagram page, Zac and his co-star Darin Olien can be seen patting a large pig and speaking to a farmer.
Too cute: Zac visited the Jonai Farms and Meatsmiths in Eganstown, Victoria, on Tuesday as he continues his tour of Australia while filming Netflix travel series Down to Earth
‘Jonai Farms raises the animals on their farm with love,’ the post stated.
‘Using regenerative and ethical farming methods, they’re reframing the standards of agriculture by learning from the past.’
Zac is exploring some of Australia’s most iconic tourist attractions for his new series Down to Earth.
Loving it: The High School Musical star, 33, who is seeking out more sustainable ways to live on his Netflix docu-series, was enamoured by the ‘three little pigs’
On Saturday, he shared an incredible video of himself jumping into a waterfall in the New South Wales Blue Mountains.
‘One way down,’ he captioned the impressive boomerang clip.
The Blue Mountains is about 100km west of Sydney.
‘One way down’: On Saturday, Zac shared an incredible video of himself jumping into a waterfall in the New South Wales Blue Mountains
Zac is being joined on his travels around Australia with wellness expert Darin Olien, the co-host of Down to Earth.
The docu-series will follow their search for healthy and sustainable ways to live.
He also embraces local food, culture and customs while exploring the land Down Under.
What a gig: Down to Earth follows Zac and wellness expert Darin Olien as they travel around Australia searching for healthy and sustainable ways to live. Zac is pictured with his brother, Dylan, who is producing the show for Netflix