AMERICAN singer Miley Cyrus, Hollywood star brothers Liam and Chris Hemsworth, plus Spanish actress Elsa Pataky (star of Fast and Furious 6 and Chris Hemsworth' wife) added a tingle of Tinseltown to North Byron Parklands in the final evening of The Falls Music and Arts Festival on Saturday.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth broke up in 2013 after five years together, and with the Daily Mail reporting on the couple "cuddling and kissing" on Saturday night, rumours of the couple getting back together have surfaced online this morning.
After recently purchasing a property in the Byron Bay hinterland, Chris Hemsworth, Elsa Pataky and their three children have appeared often in public in Byron Bay, Bangalow and Lennox Head, but the appearance of Miley Cyrus took many by surprise, even those who were in the know of the Hemsworth-Pataky household intentions of attending the festival.
Third brother Luke and wife Samantha were also part of the troupe.
The only photographic record of the Hemsworth brothers visit to Falls came from their own Instagram accounts, with this picture posted by them in the early hours of Sunday.
The famous group arrived at around 10pm on Saturday night to the VIP Backstage Bar but then went to see Disclosure's set at the Valley Stage in between the public.
There was a strict 'no-photo' policy around the stars, who are reportedly grateful with the local community allowing them to go relatively unnoticed, given the global superstardom status.
Many local photographers have rejected calls from international media to go 'papparazzi' on the Hemsworth household and other famous visitors.
Christ Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky have recently been in the middle of an online controversy after the actress posted a picture of a Wild Wild West-themed party showing Christ Hemsworth and her wearing Native American Indian outfits.
Posted on January 1, it is possible this was the Hemsworth's New Year's Eve soiree.
There was an immediate backlash from American fans that has not subsided yet in the Spanish actress' online account.