Taylor Swift and her family are traveling the countryside of New Zealand between the singer's 1989 world tour dates in Australia.
"Swift family road trip!" the "Shake It Off" singer captioned a scenic pic of her posed with her 23-year-old brother, Austin, in South Island.
The great outdoors did prove a little challenging for the 25-year-old pop star. While throwing pebbles into a body of water with her sibling and father, Taylor got hit with a bug.
The singer is currently on the final stretch of her tour, which ends in Melbourne on Dec. 12. There are also reports that she'll be shooting a music video for "Out of the Woods" while in New Zealand.
Will her gal pal and New Zealand native, Lorde, be joining her friend on stage during her concert? According to her Instagram, the "Royals" singer is also in the country, but she already surprised Swifties at a show in Washington D.C.
Prior to her "family road trip," Taylor made her first concert stop Down Under, and was super psyched at the turnout for her show in Sydney. "I love you, Sydney. All 76,000 of you," she Instagrammed.
Taylor also got to grant a 12-year-old girl's wish to see the singer live before she loses her hearing. Check out the emotional moment: