It’s true what they say: two Efrons are better than one.
Zac and his lookalike brother Dylan, 29, proved it on a thrill-seeking bungee jumping expedition in Australia on Tuesday.
In a clip shared to Instagram, the genetically-blessed brothers took the unnecessary step of taking their shirts off before leaping from a platform overlooking a river.
Buff: Zac Efron, 32, and hot brother Dylan, 29, took the non-mandatory step of removing their shirts before bungee jumping in Australia on Tuesday
The Hollywood heartthrob lightly patted his brother on the chest in a show of brotherly machismo before embarking on the stunt.
They screamed on their way down – making sure to tense their ripped chest, naturally.
Zac gave his brother a jovial kiss to celebrate the successful landing.
‘I can’t tell who’s screaming, him or me,’ he wrote, adding the hashtag Brothers Day.
Brotherly love: ‘I can’t tell who’s screaming, him or me,’ Zac wrote, adding the hashtag ‘Brothers Day.’ In tragic news, Zac lost his hat during the fall
And in news that will surely send autograph hunters and super-fans into a frenzy, Zac lost his hat during the jump. Its whereabouts remains a mystery.
Zac and Dylan have been busy exploring Tasmania – an island state detached from the Australian mainland – for their new Netflix series, Down To Earth.
The pair visited the world-famous Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) in the state’s capital of Hobart on Thursday.
He shared footage of the pair enjoying an interactive art piece on Instagram.
That was fun! The brothers screamed on their way down – making sure to tense their ripped chest, naturally. Zac gave his brother a jovial kiss to celebrate the successful landing
The High School Musical star showed his gratitude in the other two photos as he stood with his hands in a prayer position.
Dylan, 29, also shared several photos on his Instagram account, posing next to a rainbow-themed artwork in one.
He gave the venue a thumbs up, commenting on his famous brother’s profile: ‘Coolest museum I’ve been to hands down!’
Getting cultured! Zac and Dylan have been busy exploring Tasmania – an island state detached from the Australian mainland – for their new Netflix series, Down To Earth. They visited the world-famous Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) in the state’s capital of Hobart on Thursday
Dylan is in Australia working as an Executive Producer on Down to Earth and said Mona was the ‘highlight of the trip’.
The cultural experience at Mona comes after Zac thrilled locals when he stopped by a local pie shop, Tully Pies, in far north Queensland last month.
According to a staff member named Sonia, Zac and his entourage purchased kangaroo and meat pies.
Blessed: The High School Musical star showed his gratitude as he stood with his hands in a prayer position at the world-renowned gallery
Cultured: Dylan, 29, also shared several photos on his Instagram account, showing himself posing next to a rainbow-themed artwork
Sonia recalled the Baywatch star’s visit in an interview with HIT Queensland’s Cliffo and Gabi radio show.
She said when the group entered the shop, which is close to Cairns, everyone was wearing masks.
‘That day was completely amazing because it was the last day of the Covid-19 restrictions with the masks,’ Sonia said.
‘So all I remember was serving these guys and I thought, ‘Wow, they’re quite handsome and dressed [up] for Tully. It’s a bit different.”
Travel show: Zac is exploring some of Australia’s most iconic tourist attractions for his new Netflix series Down to Earth, which he is co-hosting with wellness expert Darin Olien (right)