Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom visit a wildlife sanctuary in Port Douglas
Hear me roar! Hollywood stars Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom visit Port Douglas wildlife sanctuary
On Sunday, Hollywood couple Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom paid an unexpected visit to a wildlife sanctuary in Port Douglas, Queensland.
The couple’s visit came as a pleasant surprise to Wildlife Habitat staff as they had booked and paid for the trip anonymously.
The Roar hitmaker, 37, and his actor fiancé, 45, got to see Australia’s native wildlife up close, including koalas, cockatoos and crocodiles.
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom (pictured with CaPTA Wildlife Manager Rabecca Lynch) made an unexpected visit to a wildlife sanctuary in Port Douglas, Queensland on Sunday.
The A-listers dressed casually for their day at the zoo, with Katy sporting a bucket hat for protection from the sun while Orlando sported a baseball cap and navy t-shirt.
They were given a guided tour by Rabecca Lynch, wildlife manager for Cairns and Port Trips and Attractions (CaPTA).
Ms Lynch said the couple were interested in Australia’s native animals.
Katy and Orlando (pictured in Hollywood on August 21, 2019) flew into Sydney Airport on June 15 before boarding a flight to Queensland
“They were very excited to meet a koala and learn their plight,” she added.
Katy and Orlando flew into Sydney Airport on June 15 before taking a flight to Queensland.
The couple are believed to be staying in Australia for three months while Orlando shoots the Wizards movie!
Katy (pictured at the Lennon Bros Circus in Queensland) is believed to be staying in Australia for three months with Orlando while he films the movie Wizards!
He will join Pete Davidson, Naomi Scott, Franz Rogowski and Sean Harris in Australian writer-director David Michôd’s comedy.
The pair started dating in early 2016 and despite a brief split the following year, they have been going strong since February 2018.
They share one-year-old daughter, Daisy Dove.
Katy (seen at the Lennon Bros Circus) visited some popular Queensland attractions