Hugh Jackman and family at beach and park in Sydney

03/16/2008 at 11:56 PM ET

Actor Hugh Jackman, 39, and wife Deborra-Lee Furness, 47, spend Saturday at a Sydney beach with their two children Oscar Maximilian, 7 ½, and Ava Eliot, 2 ½. The family then headed to the park, where Ava had her face painted.


Photos by Bauer Griffin.

One more photo and Ava’s shoe info below.


Shoes_iaec1021213Ava wears Crocs toddler mary janes in gold ($25).

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Natalie on

aww very cute kids!!

I can’t wait for the new Wolverine movie! 🙂

Jaded on

Those are some very unflattering sunglasses Deborra-Lee is wearing.

Daze on

I have never heard Oscar referred to as being adopted, but genetics say he is not the biological child of the two of them. Does Oscar have a different mother, (or father), than his sister?

Sarah’s note: Both children were adopted from the US by Hugh and Deborra-Lee.

Sarita on

Hugh Jackman is great! Their family is so normal 🙂

Melanie on

Oscar’s little face is so cute and expressive. I can just hear him chatting up his dad with stories. I love kids at his age. 🙂

nona on

Oscar is absolutely gorgeous. He looks so happy and tuned-in. I like seeing this, especially in an adopted child, having been so myself. When I’m feeling particularly down, I can think “the combination that made me was not meant to go together.” But I don’t immediately* think that about Oscar, and I doubt Deborah and Hugh do, either. I hope!

*not that I ever would, but I don’t know him so I can’t for sure make judgements positive or negative.

Ava gets cuter every time i see a pic of her. 😀

Nancy on

Oscar was adopted from Iowa, Ava from Texas and they each have a different mother and father. Oscar had a white mom and black dad, Ava is mixed white, Hispanic, and something else.

Sonja on

They specifically chose to adopt mixed raced children because they are the least likely to be adopted. I think this is very noble of them. Great people.