Chris Hemsworth’s new ‘$1million garden’ requires trucks of water

Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky have raised eyebrows after ‘a fleet of water trucks’ arrived at their $20million mega-mansion. 

The trucks have reportedly been arriving to tend to a garden worth $1million at their new home in Broken Head near Byron Bay – as Australia battles through intense drought and harsh water restrictions in much of New South Wales.

A macadamia nut farmer estimated water costs would set the Hollywood power couple back ‘millions of dollars’.

Thor blimey! Chris Hemsworth, 36, and Elsa Pataky, 43, have raised eyebrows with locals as 'a fleet of water trucks' for their '$1million garden' arrived at their $20million mega-mansion in Broken Head, near Byron Bay, Australia

Thor blimey! Chris Hemsworth, 36, and Elsa Pataky, 43, have raised eyebrows with locals as 'a fleet of water trucks' for their '$1million garden' arrived at their $20million mega-mansion in Broken Head, near Byron Bay, Australia

Thor blimey! Chris Hemsworth, 36, and Elsa Pataky, 43, have raised eyebrows with locals as ‘a fleet of water trucks’ for their ‘$1million garden’ arrived at their $20million mega-mansion in Broken Head, near Byron Bay, Australia

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Chris’ representatives for comment in relation to the claims. 

‘I wish I had millions of dollars to buy that amount of water, all the demand (from the bushfire crisis) has put the prices through the roof,’ the farmer told The Sydney Morning Herald.

‘I’ve seen his gardens – it’s a green, lush oasis in there,’ the farmer added. 

Byron Shire is under level one water restrictions as of December 7, which comes with a range of rules for urban and rural residents.

The restrictions bar people from using irrigations systems for more than 15 minutes a day and lawns and gardens can only be watered for one hour a day. 

Chris, 36, and Elsa, 43, have also however been doing their part to support local firefighters.

'I wish I had millions of dollars to buy that amount of water': A farmer estimated that water costs would set the Hollywood power couple back 'millions of dollars', when speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday. Pictured: an aerial view of the mega-mansion

'I wish I had millions of dollars to buy that amount of water': A farmer estimated that water costs would set the Hollywood power couple back 'millions of dollars', when speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday. Pictured: an aerial view of the mega-mansion

‘I wish I had millions of dollars to buy that amount of water’: A farmer estimated that water costs would set the Hollywood power couple back ‘millions of dollars’, when speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday. Pictured: an aerial view of the mega-mansion 

Inside Chris Hemsworth’s $20million mega-mansion

-A huge 50-metre infinity pool worth $400,000 AUD

-Indoor Aboriginal mural worth $100,000 AUD

-Cinema and games room with two bars

-Home gym, massage room and sauna and steam rooms

-Five bedrooms with five en-suites and ten toilets

-26 surfboard racks

Water trucks: The Sydney Morning Herald reports that a fleet of water trucks arrived at Chris and Elsa's mansion, with the garden reportedly costing $1million (AUD)

Water trucks: The Sydney Morning Herald reports that a fleet of water trucks arrived at Chris and Elsa's mansion, with the garden reportedly costing $1million (AUD)

Water trucks: The Sydney Morning Herald reports that a fleet of water trucks arrived at Chris and Elsa’s mansion, with the garden reportedly costing $1million (AUD)

The couple, who have been married since 2010, are offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for one fan to train with the fitness buffs.

A training session is up for auction on website Make It Rain 2020, with all profits going to NSW RFS Northern Rivers and Far North Coast Brigades. The highest bid is currently at $8,000 (AUD).  

Chris and Elsa’s new 4.2 hectare estate, purchased five years ago, has been transformed into a luxury property.

For a good cause: Chris and Elsa are supporting local firefighters. The couple, are offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for one fan to train with the fitness buffs, with all profits going to NSW RFS Northern Rivers and Far North Coast Brigades

For a good cause: Chris and Elsa are supporting local firefighters. The couple, are offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for one fan to train with the fitness buffs, with all profits going to NSW RFS Northern Rivers and Far North Coast Brigades

For a good cause: Chris and Elsa are supporting local firefighters. The couple, are offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for one fan to train with the fitness buffs, with all profits going to NSW RFS Northern Rivers and Far North Coast Brigades

Spacious: Chris and Elsa's palatial property offers plenty of room for their children - daughter India Rose, seven, and twin sons Tristan and Sasha, five (all pictured)

Spacious: Chris and Elsa's palatial property offers plenty of room for their children - daughter India Rose, seven, and twin sons Tristan and Sasha, five (all pictured)

Spacious: Chris and Elsa’s palatial property offers plenty of room for their children – daughter India Rose, seven, and twin sons Tristan and Sasha, five (all pictured) 

Alongside a huge rooftop infinity pool, the abode also boasts five bedrooms, ten bathrooms and a butler’s pantry.  

The home also functions as a retreat too, with a steam room, sauna room and massage room, as well as a gym.

Rounding up the features are seven car spaces, a study, and a massive 6.8m by 4m walk-in-wardrobe for Elsa.

The palatial property offers plenty of room for Chris and Elsa’s children – daughter India Rose, seven, and twin sons Tristan and Sasha, five – as well as breathtaking views of the Broken Head Nature Reserve.   

Luxury: The 4.2 hectare estate, purchased five years ago, has been transformed into a luxury property

Luxury: The 4.2 hectare estate, purchased five years ago, has been transformed into a luxury property

Luxury: The 4.2 hectare estate, purchased five years ago, has been transformed into a luxury property 

After purchasing the spot in 2014, a development application for the knockdown-rebuild was first lodged with Byron Shire Council in November 2016.

It was then approved in March 2017, with the build finished in November this year.

Formwork and concrete for the property foundations – known on architectural plans as ‘Project 657 BHR’ – will have set Chris and wife Elsa Pataky back $1.5million to $2million.

Fortunately, Forbes magazine estimated that Chris earned $US64.5million ($91.7million) last year alone. 

Earning the big bucks: Forbes magazine estimated that Chris earned $US64.5million ($91.7million) last year alone

Earning the big bucks: Forbes magazine estimated that Chris earned $US64.5million ($91.7million) last year alone

Earning the big bucks: Forbes magazine estimated that Chris earned $US64.5million ($91.7million) last year alone 

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