The pair have been asked to stay at a $880,000 property in the beachside town of Noosa, by Meghan’s Suits co-star Gabriel Macht and his wife, who were guests at the Royal Wedding in May.
A source told the Sunday Mirror: “Harry and Meghan have a window free and Gabriel and his wife have invited them to their beautiful Queenslander-style house.
“It’s an incredible place and will be perfect for them to chill out before they go on what is likely to be a fairly non-stop tour.”
Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stay in Australia?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex may stay at The Buderim House when they travel to Australia.
The property, designed by George Trotter and built around 1915 by Christian Schriver, is perched on the northern slopes of Buderim Mountain on the Sunshine Coast.
It is currently owned by Tim and Jackie Banks and the original landlord, John Fielding, built the home for Herbert Victor Fielding.
Mr Banks said: “The Fieldings originally had the land from about 1880s.
“The family started in a little slab hut, about 150 metres from where this house stands; this was the third house that they’d built on the farm.”
The property boasts five bedroom, four bathrooms, a built-in bar, commercial wine fridge, large-resort style pool and spa, games room and a five-vehicle garage.
If Meghan and Harry choose the luxury mansion, they will not be the first royals to visit the house.
Buderim House was chosen to host the visiting Duke of Gloucester in 1934.
Mr Banks told ABC.au a few changes had to be made to the house to welcome the royal.
He said: “The family had the conventional thunder box out under the mango tree, and I think they might’ve been a bit worried that it wasn’t suitable for one of the monarchs.
Mr Banks said a throne-like toilet was built for the duke to impress him.
He said: “The commode, the throne – I’ve seen it; it was a pretty royal piece of furniture [with an] arm rest, a high back and a flip-up seat.”
What will the Duke and Duchess Sussex do in Australia?
The Duke and Duchess will make an official visit to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in October.
The visit will coincide with Harry’s Invictus Game, which he founded as an Olympics for wounded, injured or ill armed service personnel and veterans – the games take place from October 20 to 27.
This trip is the first major opportunity for the duchess to tour overseas as a royal wife.
The couple have been invited to Australia and New Zealand by the countries’ governments and will travel to Fiji and Tonga are the request of the UK Foreign Office, Kensington Palace said.