Liam Hemsworth submits Byron Bay yoga studio plans

Liam Hemsworth submits Byron Bay yoga studio plans
Liam Hemsworth submits Byron Bay yoga studio plans

Hollywood heart-throb Liam Hemsworth has building plans for his private Byron Bay ­estate. Nothing as grand as his big brother Chris, but the next task is constructing a yoga studio.

Just 58sqm, but the cabana will sit idyllically beside an artificial dam with day beds and a built-in barbecue on its decking.

There will be a wharf that extends over the water, the Harley Graham Architects plan reveals.

It’s set to cost just $138,000 and should take around two months to construct in a small valley on the 35ha Broken Head property that the family company CHLH Management bought last September for $4.25 million.

The company director remains just Chris Hemsworth, but the company names suggest brother Luke holds an interest.

Council approvals were nearly not required, but its floor space and height are slightly above automated permits. There’s no plans for any grand homestead, but the application does suggest the brothers have been busy constructing a horse arena on the former cattle farm.

The Hemsworth family took to Byron in 2014, when Chris and wife Elsa Pataky spent $7 million on Kooeloah, the Balinese-style trophy home they demolished to make way for their modern mansion. 

Their project was estimated to have cost $8.8m.

All up the family have spent $17 million buying property around Byron.

Liam and Gabbriella Brooks, who have been dating for seven months, have been resident at Byron through much of the pandemic.



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