Margot Robbie spotted in casual outing on Gold Coast | Photos

Margot Robbie has kept a low-profile ever since the release of her blockbuster Barbie back in July, and now, she is enjoying some town time back home in Australia.

The Oscar-nominated actress, 33, was photographed enjoying lunch at Domanis restaurant in Main Beach on the Gold Coast on Thursday, where she cut a casual figure in a grey T-shirt, denim shorts, yellow Crocs and a black Chanel hat.

Robbie was later seen walking the streets solo as she concealed her face with a mask.

She arrived via Brisbane airport on Wednesday with her husband of seven years, British producer Tom Ackerley.

The Babylon actress’ family all live on the Gold Coast, where they grew up, including her mother Sarie Kessler, who Robbie visits as often as she can between productions.

The star has remained largely under the radar following the blockbuster success of the Greta Gerwig directed Barbie, which made over $1 billion at the global box office.

Robbie was spotted enjoying a holiday in Greece with Ackerley following the film’s financial feat, where she was photographed taking a romantic ocean swim with her husband in late September.

While it’s not known how long she plans to stay in her home country, the I, Tonya star has more down time than usual due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strikes, with just one announced acting project in the pipeline.

In October, it was revealed Robbie is set to reunite with her Barbie co-star Ryan Gosling for an Ocean’s 11 prequel movie, which Robbie’s production company LuckyChap Entertainment has backed.

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The film is still in its early development stages, with director Jay Roach and writer Carrie Solomon attached to the project.

“I can’t really say much,” LuckyChap’s executive producer Josey McNamara told Games Radar earlier this month.

“But I think we’re just trying to do right by the franchise.”

McNamara added that he’s “excited for people to experience it when it’s ready.”