WATCH: ‘This is Australia’: Toni Collette shocks fans with snake encounter

Aussie actress Toni Collette recently enjoyed some time in Europe – but she got a wild welcome home after jetting Down Under.

The Muriel’s Wedding star, 51, shared a video on her Instagram stories with her thousands of fans showing an encounter with a snake.

Collette walked past the giant reptile as it wrapped itself around the handlebars of a bike that was leaning up against a tree.

Watch the video above.

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The incredible footage was shared to social media alongside the hit song, Sounds of Then (This is Australia) by GANGGajang.

It remains unclear exactly where the wild encounter took place, but Collette recently jetted back to Australia and is believed to have spent time in Port Macquarie.

Collette recently spent time in Italy, visiting spots in Rome and Puglia.

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Toni Collette spots snake on walk

She’s been busy filming Under The Stars in the idyllic destination, with the film co-starring Alex Pettyfer and Andy Garcia.

It’s safe to say that Muriel’s Wedding launched Collette’s career. The actress went on to star in Hollywood blockbusters like Little Miss Sunshine, Knives Out, and About A Boy.

She received an Academy Award nomination for her role in The Hours, and has also starred in many Broadway productions.

Toni Collette spots snake on walk

It comes after Collette and ex-husband Dave Galafassi announced they were divorcing in 2022 after 19 years of marriage and two children together.

“It is with grace and gratitude that we announce we are divorcing,” the statement read.

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Actress Toni Collette and husband Dave Galafassi attend the gala premiere of "In Her Shoes" at Roy Thomson Hall on September 14, 2005 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

“We’re united in our decision and part with continuing respect and care for each other.”

“Our kids are of paramount importance to us and we will continue to thrive as a family, albeit a different shape.”

The Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner first met Galafassi in 2002 at an album launch for his then-band, Gelbison.

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