There's a strong Pacific flavour to the Australian rugby squad named by coach Michael Cheika for next month's three-test series against England.
Fiji born wingers Taqele Naiyaravoro and Eto Nabuli have been included in a 39-man training squad.
Glasgow Warriors flyer Naiyaravoro made his test debut against the United States last year, scoring with his first touch of the ball, while Nabuli is poised to become a dual international, having played for the Fiji Bati rugby league team.
Former Fiji Under 20s representative Samu Kerevi is in line for his first test cap after being named alongside fellow Fiji-born centre Tevita Kuridrani in midfield.
Brumbies prop Allan Alaalatoa has also earned his first call-up.
He's the son of former Manu Samoa international Vili Alaalatoa and brother of Crusaders and ex Samoa Under 20s prop Michael.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has also recalled former captain James Horwill and included a total of ten new caps, including former rugby league international Karmichael Hunt.