A victory in Brisbane ended a long Tri Nations drought for the Wallabies and although the win came from a Kurtley Beale try in the second half, the decisive moment was a try from Fijian-born forward Radike Samo.
In the only encounter between the two sides in 1994, Jason Little and David Knox each scored tries to give the Wallabies a chance at winning back the Bledisloe Cup at the Sydney Football Stadium, but All Blacks winger Jeff Wilson made a break on the right-hand side and looked set to steal a match-winning try. Scrumhalf George Gregan pulled off a folkore tackle, knocking the ball out of Wilson's hand.
3. James O'Connor's conversion in Hong Kong - 2010
The Wallabies travelled to Hong Kong for the fourth and final Bledisloe clash of 2010 with a 10-match losing streak against the All Blacks. The All Blacks looked set to again defeat Australia before James O'Connor crossed for a try to level the scores at 24-all. O'Connor then stepped up to the conversion with regular kicker Matt Giteau off the field and slotted the two points for an emphatic victory.
Australia and New Zealand delivered a seven-try thriller to a record 109,854 crowd at the Olympic Stadium in 2000 in what has been called one of the greatest rugby Tests ever played. The Wallabies fought courageously to level a 24-0 deficit but green-and-gold hearts were broken when legendary All Blacks winger Jonah Lomu ripped down the touchline in the final minutes to score the match-winner.
Australia headed to Wellington needing a win to keep the Bledisloe for another year after Jonah Lomu scored the winner in the previous game. In the final minutes, the All Blacks led 23-21 but the Wallabies forced a penalty within range. As regular kicker Stirling Mortlock was off the field, legendary captain John Eales kicked the three points to capture what we believe to be the greatest ever Bledisloe Cup moment.