Is Pink planning to move to Australia?

The party’s getting started Down Under…
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Singer Pink and her family have arrived on Australian shores to enjoy some quality family time before her Australian Summer Carnival Tour begins later this month. 

The star’s arrival has sparked rumours of her move to Australia following her announcement that she is “seriously considering” becoming an Australian citizen. 

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Talk about Pink’s move to Australia has been circulated since February 2023 and fans previously anticipated that Pink would arrive in Australia long before her tour…

Sources at the time said she’s already put feelers out for a large property south of Sydney for herself, husband Carey Hart, and their kids Willow and Jameson.

“Pink and Carey have always been serious about finding a place in Australia, but the travel shutdowns put it on the backburner.”

New Idea can reveal Pink was also secretly hunting for a local bolthole to call home at this time, after previously speaking to a source who shared that  “Pink loves it in Australia.”

“From the people to the laid-back lifestyle, she feels at peace there,” the source said. 

“Soooooooo happy to be back on this side of the world! Thank you beautiful Australia for being our home away from home. Kids are stoked,” Pink captioned the post. (Credit: Instagram)

It’s said the pair want a rural property outside of the city with lots of space so Willow and Jameson can have their animals and a dirt bike track, just like they do in the US.

During the pandemic, Pink permanently relocated her family to their farm in California’s Santa Ynez.

Pink is looking for a property south of Sydney… (Credit: Supplied)

It came after she revealed, in 2017, that her daughter was being cruelly bullied.

“Pink and Carey realised that they weren’t super happy in LA anymore, and neither were their kids,” revealed our source.

The move was the best thing they could have done. Pink now says she’s happiest watching her kids roaming free in the backyard and tending to her vines under the sun, picking grapes that form her Two Wolves wine label.

“After years of fantasising and making terrible carboys of wine in my closets, we took our baby girl and left the city, and plunked ourselves down on an organic vineyard,” she shared.

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