Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, he said: “About four hours after I got home, I hadn’t even unpacked and mum got me straight into doing house chores. It’s good to be home.”
Lewis said he’s loving the move after fending for himself for the last few years.
“The beautiful thing about being in Queensland is everyone takes the time for things and I don’t think that’ll be changing any time soon.”
Lewis will be the special guest at Doomben’s Australia Day races, and there’s a chance the trailer for Lewis’ movie Tomorrow When the War Began might be released the same day.
In the meantime, he’s coming to grips with how much Brisbane’s developed while he’s been away.
“I went to the shops at Capalaba the other day to see a movie with Mum, Dad, and my cousin, and they’ve changed so much. I barely recognised the place,” he said.
“I’m still trying to get my bearings with the short-term parking at the airport too.”