John Travolta shares a rare family photo with his son Ben, eight, and daughter Ella, 19, as they pose with a koala at a wildlife park in Sydney
He's coming to the end of his brief trip to Australia, after a string of appearances in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide.
And on Tuesday, John Travolta went sightseeing in western Sydney with his two children: son Ben, eight, and daughter Ella, 19.
The family visited Featherdale Wildlife Park, where the Grease actor, 65, and his kids posed for a souvenir photo next to a koala.
Koala-ity family time! Hollywood actor John Travolta smiled in a rare family photo with his son Ben, eight, and daughter Ella, 19, at Featherdale Wildlife Park in Sydney western on Tuesday
'At the @featherdalewildlifepark with the kids,' John captioned the photo shared to Instagram.
It's not often that the Pulp Fiction star posts snaps of his children, whom he shares with actress Kelly Preston, 57, his wife of 28 years.
The couple's eldest son, Jett, died of a seizure at age 17, when the family was on holiday in the Bahamas in 2009.
Loving couple: John and his actress wife, Kelly Preston, have been married for 28 years
Over the past few days, the Hollywood legend has thrilled fans with a string of meet and greet appearances.
He hosted An Evening with John Travolta in Sydney and Melbourne, and also appeared at the Supanova convention in Adelaide and Brisbane.
Last week, he spoke about his four decades in showbusiness at The Star Event Centre in Sydney.
Telling stories: Over the past few days, the Hollywood legend has thrilled fans with a string of meet and greet appearances in Australia. Pictured in Sydney on November 6
The exclusive Q&A event was hosted by Sunday Night presenter Melissa Doyle.
Upon his arrival in Australia, the Scientologist told The Advertiser that he is grateful for his dedicated fans Down Under.
'I'd like to take you all home with me. You've all been so kind to me. You've absolutely taken my heart,' he said.
In good company! John was joined on stage by Sunday Night host Melissa Doyle during his Q&A in Sydney last Wednesday