Mark Wahlberg


Renowned movie star Mark Wahlberg has settled into an opulent abode in Australia, fitting for his stature in Hollywood. Currently stationed in Sydney for the filming of Play Dirty, alongside Tony Shalhoub, Rosa Salazar, and Dermot Mulroney, Wahlberg has chosen to reside in the prestigious Point Piper area.

Point Piper, nestled amidst the sparkling waters of Sydney Harbour, is renowned as Australia’s most sought-after address. It counts among its residents notable figures such as former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, tech magnate Scott Farquhar, and former Aussie Home Loans chief John Symond. Wahlberg’s temporary residence, a three-story mansion at 64 Wunulla Road, Point Piper, boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and seven parking spaces. Estimated at a staggering $100 million, this lavish dwelling offers breathtaking views and luxurious amenities.

64 Wunulla Road Point Piper, NSW 2027

The ultimate Sydney lifestyle.

64 Wunulla Road Point Piper, NSW 2027

Movie time

64 Wunulla Road Point Piper, NSW 2027

The cellar

Situated on 1238 square meters, the property was previously sold for $51 million in April 2020. Given the exponential surge in property prices since then, it could fetch double its previous value if placed on the market today. Notably, the home could command a rental fee of up to $50,000 per week.

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The home was once Australia’s most expensive.

There’s also a gym for the fitness guru. Picture: Supplied

Despite the allure of his temporary abode, Wahlberg admits that being far from his family presents a challenge. Nevertheless, with its panoramic views of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, along with its exclusive amenities including a gym, the residence epitomizes luxury living.

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64 Wunulla Road was once hailed as Australia’s most expensive home. Designed by acclaimed architect Michael Dysart, the property features stunning waterfront views and meticulously landscaped gardens. Its contemporary design, coupled with resort-like features such as a gas-heated pool and rooftop terrace, exudes opulence.

Key features of the property include a luxury master suite, self-contained guest quarters, a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, and a fully integrated home cinema. Additionally, the home boasts a seven-car garage, deepwater jetty, and a range of entertainment areas.

64 Wunulla Road Point Piper, NSW 2027

The pool inches from the harbour.

64 Wunulla Road Point Piper, NSW 2027

The northerly view.

64 Wunulla Road Point Piper, NSW 2027

Perfect place for a meal.

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Bath with a million dollar view.

Originally sold for $30 million in August 2007, this illustrious property stands as a testament to luxury and sophistication in one of Australia’s most prestigious locales.