But Mr Hemsworth and Ms Cyrus appear to be determined to rebuild not only their home, but the Malibu community.
The couple announced on Tuesday that they were giving $ US $ 1,500,000 ($ 693,000) to the Malibu Foundation, a charity that supports emergency fire relief and rebuilding efforts following the Woolsey fire in South California.
"Miley and Liam lost their home but they are very grateful to be safe along with their animals! Their community and state are especially special for them and want to return to the place that has created so many wonderful memories for themselves and others, "said Ms Cyrus's representative in a Associated Press statement.
The couple have also encouraged their Instagram 86.3 million followers to give time, money and supplies to rebuild efforts.
"I've spent the day in Malibu yesterday, and it was amazing to see the community pull together to help each other in any way they can. Malibu is a strong community and this event is only going I'll make it stronger, "said Mr Hemsworth in his latest Instagram post.
"It will be a journey to rebuild. Stay strong all."
Two fatal wild fires continue to burn across the state: North Wales Fireman, which closed on Thursday, and a Woolsey fire near Los Angeles which started on Thursday afternoon.
Mr Hemsworth and Ms Cyrus are not the only celebrities affected by the wild fires.
Actor Gerard Butler, singer-writer Robin Thicke, Real Estate Girls from Beverly Hills Camille Grammer Meyer, a Doctor Strange director of Scott Derrickson, has returned to find his / her homes reduced to rubble.
There are more than 5,000 firefighters still fighting the fire that sweeps 505 square kilometers.
The wild fires have so far claimed the lives of more than 50 people in the state, destroyed about 7700 homes and displaced 52,000 people.