Giteau has been plying his trade for Toulon in France following a fallout with Wallabies coach Robbie Deans in 2011.
At the end of the 2013 Super Rugby season, Barnes took up a deal to play in Japan, although speculation is he will return to Australia in 2015.
In May 2014, Leinster confirmed signing Douglas for the 2014–15 season.
Ioane moved to Europe at the end of 2013 on a two-season contract to play for Stade Français in the Top 14 French domestic competition.
In 2013, Mitchell agreed on a two-year deal to play with Matt Giteau for Toulon in the Top 14.
In 2013 after three seasons with the Wallabies, second-rower Timani joined French club Montpellier.
Mowen cited the intense travel schedule and lack of time with his wife and daughter Eleanor, behind his decision to put family ahead of his Rugby World Cup dreams. He now plays for Toulon in France.
McMeniman left for Japan at the end of the 2014 Super Rugby season, ending his 22-Test career.
In December 2014, French Top 14 side Bordeaux announced that Ashley-Cooper would join them on a two-year contract after the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Genia is leaving Australia after the 2015 World Cup, possibly going to the English Club Bath, who he's been strongly linked with.
The Wallabies back rower will put his international career on hold after this year's rugby World Cup and quit the Melbourne Rebels for a lucrative stint in Japan.
Queensland captain James Horwill says he is desperate to finish his time with the Reds on "the right note" after announcing he will join English club Harlequins following the World Cup.
Kepu is poised to join a growing list of Wallaby stars who play overseas after the 2015 World Cup.
Wallabies halfback White is poised to defect to French rugby at the end of the season.
We check out the key players from the Wallabies and All Blacks in this Saturday night's Bledisloe Cup test.