Keith Urban and daughters Faith and Sunday Rose fly into Byron Bay

Keith Urban joins daughters Faith, 9, and Sunday Rose, 12, as the family fly into Byron Bay via private jet to join Nicole Kidman on the set of Nine Perfect Strangers

Keith Urban flew into Byron Bay on Friday with his daughters, Faith, 9, and Sunday Rose, 12, on Friday. 

The family arrived in style via private jet, landing in the nearby Ballina airport, before joining mother Nicole Kidman, 53. 

Nicole is in town to film her new $100 million series, Nine Perfect Strangers, and bid Keith, 52, and their children farewell on Tuesday before they were reunited later in the week.

In town: Keith Urban (right) flew into Byron Bay on Friday with his daughters, Faith, 9, and Sunday Rose, 12, (left) on Friday

Country crooner Keith was dressed down in black jeans and a long-sleeved, grey T-shirt. 

He carried a black backpack and a had a guitar with him which was inside a case. 

Older daughter Sunday wore a white jumper with black pants, while her sibling Faith wore a grey long sleeved shirt and tights. 

Reunion: The family arrived in style via private jet, landing in the nearby Ballina airport, before joining mother Nicole Kidman , 53

Comfy: Older daughter Sunday wore a white jumper with black pants

Self-sufficient: Faith wore a grey long sleeved shirt and tights and pulled along a suitcase 

A look: Country crooner Keith was dressed down in black jeans and a long-sleeved, grey T-shirt

The family looked tired from their flight but appeared in good spirits as they mingled with flight crew.  

Days earlier, Nicole was seen going for a morning run in the idyllic coastal town.   

Nicole is expected to reside in the beach town, located in the far northeastern corner of New South Wales, for the next 19 weeks while filming the Hulu series. 

Rock star: He carried a black backpack and a had a guitar which was inside a case

Casual: The family looked tired from their flight but appeared in good spirits

Chats: Keith smiled and chatted as he mingled with the flight crew on the tarmac 

This way! He was led off by minders and the pilot as they headed for the airport 

In town: Days earlier, Nicole (pictured) was seen going for a morning run in the idyllic coastal town before meeting up with her family 

Nine Perfect Strangers is based on Liane Moriarty’s bestselling book of the same name.

Last month, Nicole told The Daily Telegraph that she’s ‘thrilled’ to be able to bring the $100 million production and hundreds of jobs to the local film industry, after it was sent crashing down by the coronavirus pandemic. 

The actress and her husband recently divided fans after being granted permission to skip mandatory hotel quarantine and self-isolate at their sprawling country NSW property following their arrival back to Australia via a private jet from the USA.  

At work: Nicole is in town to film her new $100 million series, Nine Perfect Strangers, and bid Keith, 52, and their children farewell on Tuesday before they were reunited later in the week. Nine Perfect Strangers is based on Liane Moriarty’s (right)  bestselling book

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