By Nicole Douglas For Daily Mail Australia
05:12 04 Dec 2020, updated 05:56 04 Dec 2020
He’s known for his incredibly buff body, which he has flaunted in films such as Baywatch and Bad Neighbours.
And on Friday, Hollywood hunk Zac Efron showed off his muscular physique following a workout session in the South Australian outback, where he is currently based to film Stan’s new original movie Gold.
The 33-year-old beamed as he flaunted his bulging biceps in nothing but a skimpy tank top, sweat glistening off his pumped body as he stepped out of a gym.
Zac oozed sex appeal as he waltzed down the street in his sporty ensemble, which consisted of the singlet and a pair of thigh-grazing shorts.
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He teamed his look with a pair of sunglasses and a beanie hat, and held a huge speaker in his hand.
Zac grinned widely as he stopped to take photos with fans, who appeared over the moon to come face-to-face with the High School Musical star in such a remote location.
Zac appeared in high spirits as he headed back to his hotel with his personal trainer, who greeted photographers with a shaka as he walked beside the acting hunk.
Although they were recently rumoured to have split, Zac’s girlfriend Vanessa Valladares was also spotted attending the very same gym to pump some iron with the actor.
However, the Byron Bay local left via a different exit, in order to avoid being photographed with the Baywatch star.
She looked stunning in a yellow sports bralet and tight black leggings, and couldn’t help but smile as she headed back to join the star at his hotel.
Production for Zac’s new movie Gold was halted at the end of November, after Adelaide was declared a coronavirus hotspot.
His upcoming movie tells the story of two drifters who stumble across the biggest gold nugget ever found while exploring the outback.
While it’s yet to be confirmed if production has resumed on the movie, Zac certainly appears to be getting prepared for the role with regular gym workouts – and has shown no sign of return home the the U.S.