Tammin Sursok enjoys an animated conversation with her co-stars as they film a movie in Queensland


What’s going on here? Tammin Sursok does bizarre hand gestures near her crotch as she enjoys a VERY animated chat with her co-stars during a break filming her new movie in Queensland

Tammin Sursok is back in Australia to film a movie, You, Me and the Penguins, in Queensland.

And on Tuesday, the actress shared a laugh and a very animated conversation with her co-stars during a break from work.

The 37-year-old was dressed for her part in a brown trench coat over a white top and red leather trousers. 

What’s going on here? Tammin Sursok did some bizarre hand gestures near her crotch as she enjoyed a VERY animated chat with her co-stars during a break filming her new movie in Queensland 

In character: The 37-year-old was dressed for her part in a brown trench coat over a white top and red leather trousers

In character: The 37-year-old was dressed for her part in a brown trench coat over a white top and red leather trousers 

Her character’s look was accessorised with a colourful silk scarf and tinted sunglasses.

At one point, the brunette beauty appeared to be telling quiet the compelling story and had her hands were awkwardly positioned in front of her crotch area.

Among the co-stars joining Tammin for the break was former Neighbours star Madeleine West, Nic Hardcastle and Jason Wilder. 

Friends on set: Among the co-stars joining Tammin for the break was former Neighbours star Madeleine West (left), Nic Hardcastle (second right) and Jason Wilder (in black dressing robe)

Friends on set: Among the co-stars joining Tammin for the break was former Neighbours star Madeleine West (left), Nic Hardcastle (second right) and Jason Wilder (in black dressing robe)

Two hair and makeup stylists also joined the group, as one of them did up to Madeleine’s hair.

You, Me and the Penguins is currently being shot in Brisbane with Tammin playing an outreach manager at the Animal Discovery Institute in San Diego. 

Tammin’s character is forced to travel to Australia’s Crystal Bay Penguin Sanctuary when its threatened with closure. 

Ready to film: Tammin stars in the movie alongside Madeleine West (left) and Martin Dingle-Wall (centre). In the film, the former Home and Away star plays

Ready to film: Tammin stars in the movie alongside Madeleine (left) and Martin Dingle-Wall (centre). In the film, the former Home and Away star plays an outreach manager at the Animal Discovery Institute in San Diego who is forced to travel to Australia 

The story arc gets its thrust when she gets heated with the head zoologist, played by Jason, after the pair are forced to work together.

Tammin relocated from Los Angeles back to Australia to work on the film after the role was offered to her.

The South African born star travelled Down Under with her husband Sean McEwen and their daughters – Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two.

Flying: The South African born star travelled Down Under with her husband Sean McEwen and their daughters - Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two

Flying: The South African born star travelled Down Under with her husband Sean McEwen and their daughters – Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two

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