He fell in love with Australia when he performed there earlier this year.
So it's no surprise that George Michael has decided to plant some roots Down Under and splash out on an ocean-view home near Sydney.
According to reports today, the pop star has forked out £3.9million ($6millionAUS) on the property which sits on a secluded spot on the Whales Beach peninsula.
Stunning view: The exterior of George's new £3.9m home in Australia which overlooks the Tasman Sea
The Real Estalker published pictures of the star's new pad along with information about his Down Under getaway.
The 3,500 sq ft contemporary holiday home has five bedrooms and each one has en suite bathroom and access to the exterior.
And two of them have access to a balcony that looks down into the courtyard and gives a sea view.
Open plan: The dining room overlooks the ocean and is merged with the living area and the kitchen
Breathtaking: The infinity pool, which is surrounded by neat landscaping, has stunning views of the sea
The house, which is an hour north of Sydney, also boasts three levels that all have open views of the Tasman Sea through huge glass doors and windows.
The front door opens into a long reception that leads deep into the house to the 40-ft long open plan living room, dining room and kitchen area.
The home also has an infinity swimming pool with absolutely breathtaking views of the sea, set in manicured contemporary gardens.
Relaxation: The family room, which looks out over the pool through huge patio doors, boasts two sofas and a flat screen TV
Floor plan: The three levels of George's new home
There is a study with a fireplace and a family room with a flat screen TV that looks out over the swimming pool.
George fell in love with Australia when he performed in the country for the first time in 22 years in February when he played concerts in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
He also played at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras After Party in March.
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