Liam Hemsworth staying in new Australian pad

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LIAM Hemsworth is living in a new home in Australia as he deals with his reported split from Miley Cyrus.

The 'Hunger Games' star's parents arranged the purchase of a $1.6 million house in his home country late in 2012 and he has been staying there amid the turmoil surrounding his personal life.

Liam and his fiancée Miley - who have been dating since 2009 but separated twice in 2010 - are said to gone their separate ways after the actor got tired of her partying, while believes he may have cheated on her.

The 23-year-old actor has been spending time with his brother Chris Hemsworth, his wife Elsa Pataky and their nine-month-old daughter India Rose and he has been enjoying some down time with his loved ones.

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A source told E! News: "He doesn't seem especially sad [or] happy. He seems to be enjoying seeing his family as far as we can tell."

Liam's pad is situated on 6.2 acres of land and boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms and has an idyllic view of sand dunes and the ocean.

He has been seen in the last several days buying household items and cleaning products as well as various groceries.

Miley, 20, has stayed in Los Angeles to deal with the fallout from their break up.

Although they are not a couple at present, the former 'Hannah Montana' star wants to get back with Liam once he learns not to be so controlling.

A source said: "Miley is a fiery character, and they do fight, but she is crazy about Liam. She isn't ready to accept it might be over for good."

Another insider added: "If Miley has her way, the break-up won't last because she's head over heels for Liam and ultimately doesn't want to lose him."

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