Fresh from his Superbowl win, Travis Kelce has touched down in Sydney ahead of Swift’s Eras Tour concerts this weekend. It had been rumoured he would travel down under to see his girlfriend play.

More than 300,000 fans are expected across four nights at Sydney’s Accor Stadium starting on Friday.

For the past week Swift has been seen around the city following her Melbourne shows last week.

On Tuesday, the international star was spotted with fellow singer Sabrina Carpenter dining at a restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Surrey Hills.

The pair were met outside Pellegrina 2000 by a swarm of fans screaming their names.

On Wednesday, the Shake it Off singer visited Accor Stadium for sound checks before travelling to Sydney Zoo.

Accompanied by members of her entourage, including some of her backup dancers, Swift toured the section of the zoo where native Australian animals are kept.

The singer was then subsequently spotted arriving for dinner at Nobu, a Japanese restaurant inside Sydney’s Crown Towers, where she is rumoured to be staying.

Now a day out from her first Sydney show, her boyfriend landed at Sydney airport on a private jet.

The pair were last pictured together during Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium on February 11 in Las Vegas, Nevada, before celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs’ win.

In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, Kelce’s father, Ed, said: “Travis said he’d really like to see Sydney and Singapore, but he wasn’t sure because he has commitments. He is at a celebrity charity golf outing, which, I think, is in Las Vegas.”

The NFL player hinted at visiting the superstar in Australia in his podcast New Heights last week, saying he would “venture to an island real soon”.

That island now appears to have been Australia.

Swift’s impact on the Sydney economy

The multimillion-dollar buying power of Taylor Swift’s movement is pipped to be one of the highest in recent history. Her impact on the economy has been so big, it has now coined the phrase “Swiftonomics”.

More than 82% of hotels have been booked out with rooms commanding prices of more than $1000 a night.

Organisers claim her concert at Accor Stadiums will be the biggest event since the 2000 Summer Olympics.

Total merchandise sales for Swift are predicted to top AU$66 million (NZ$70 million) in Sydney alone with the artist to bank AU$22 million (NZ$23.3m).

Destination NSW estimates more than AU$80 million (NZ$84.8 million) will be spent in Sydney by Swifties, while Business Sydney has predicted Swift will deliver a AU$133 million (NZ$141 million) boost to the local economy.