Nicole Kidman gives glimpse of life at $6.5 million farmhouse in Australia

Nicole Kidman is going back to her roots.

The Oscar winner was put to work when she returned to her $6.5 million farmhouse in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia, for Christmas.

“Holiday chores,” she captioned three photos on her Instagram Story Wednesday that showed her feeding baby goats from a bottle.

Kidman — who purchased the sprawling estate with her husband, Keith Urban, in 2008 — wore a a pair of black leggings and a matching puffer jacket.

She accessorized with a black baseball cap and running shoes.

The “Moulin Rouge” actress and the country singer, both 56, have made several upgrades to their farm, dubbed Bunya Hill, over the years.

The Oscar winner fed baby goats in photos at home. GC Images

The couple added a long swimming pool, a gym and a full-sized tennis court.

They have also taken several security measures, including having large grass mounds installed around the property to prevent prying eyes and adding a $32,450 gatehouse for an on-site guard.

Earlier this year, a local council approved Kidman and Urban’s application to build the structure because they said in court documents obtained by the Daily Telegraph that they needed “to have security guards on the premises when they’re at home.”

She and Keith Urban purchased their sprawling property in 2008. WireImage

In 2015, fans got a rare glimpse inside the home, which boasts traditional Aussie sandstone verandahs, a grand staircase made from carved cedar and 10 marble fireplaces.

The “Big Little Lies” star welcomed a cameraman into the idyllic farmhouse for a Vogue “73 Questions” video interview at the time.

“G’day, mate. Welcome to Australia,” she said at the beginning of the clip.

The couple, who married in 2006, divide their time between Nashville and Australia. John Angelillo/UPI/Shutterstock

Kidman went on to share that the “coolest part about her home” was her “six alpacas.”

The stars nearly lost their beloved home in 2020 when wildfires ravaged the surrounding area.

“I’m distracted right now with everything happening in Australia,” the visibly emotional actress told press on her way into a Golden Globes party that January.

Kidman previously gave fans a glimpse inside the home during her Vogue “73 Questions” interview. Allison Voight /

A rep for Kidman told Page Six at the time that the house was “under threat.” However, it managed to withstand the natural disaster.

The farm is quite a difference from Kidman’s home in Nashville and her properties in Sydney’s Latitude building.

She and Urban, who tied the knot in 2006, own multiple apartments within the luxury complex, including the penthouse, which they purchased in 2009 for $6 million.