The mother-of-six treated her well-behaved brood to visit to Sydney Aquarium on Sunday (8 September), where the kids were snapped holding hands with each other as they walked down the street.
Daughters Shiloh and Zahara led the way, while Angelina kept hold of twins Vivienne and Knox. Knox was also holding on to protective big brother Pax.
Missing was her eldest son Maddox, who appears to have skipped the family outing.
Angelina and her kids jetted Down Under last week ahead of her beginning work on her next directorial project, Unbroken.
The movie will tell the story of Olympian-turned-World War II hero Lou Zamperini, who survived shark attacks and hunger after his plane crashed in the Pacific, before being held as a prisoner of war for two years.
It's Angelina's second turn as a director. She previously helmed 2011 movie In The Land Of Blood And Honey, which was set against the Bosnian War.
Angelina's visit to Sydney comes the same week it was announced she'll receive a humanitarian award later this year.
The actress will receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at a gala held by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in November.
Meanwhile, Angelina's partner Brad Pitt has missed out on the Australian venture so far, as he has been busy promoting his latest movie, 12 Years A Slave.
Watch the trailer for 12 Years A Slave below: