Tim McGraw and Faith Hill kicked off their joint Australian tour this week, and tonight they're giving a performance at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. While the two country celebs will do their fair share of getting ready for the event, they're not neglecting their other full-time jobs either: being parents to daughters Gracie, Maggie and Audrey.

In an interview with Adelaide Now, Hill said the family has been enjoying themselves by doing a lot of walking and even popping into a chocolate factory, which sounds like a pretty great time by anyone's standards. "We've been to botanical gardens, we've been to great restaurants," McGraw said, adding that they're just trying to soak it all in. "Our favorite thing is just to get out and walk around the city, find fantastic cool little things and try and find out what the locals like."

They seem to be doing a pretty good job of taking in the local culture, and Hill said one thing that astounded her more than anything else was the plant life."The trees here are blowing my mind, I cannot believe the trees in this city, they're miraculous."

Hill and the girls did accompany McGraw on the last trip to Australia in 2010, but this will be the 'Breathe' singer's first time to perform down under. In a recent interview with the Australian, she opened up about how the McGraw-Hill family maintains some semblance of normalcy with both parents' busy careers.

"We spend most of our time working on scheduling," she says. "We try to work it all around their school schedule, so by the time we do that and get around to doing a show, it's a celebration."