|Head coach||Dwayne Nestor|
|World Rugby ranking|
|Current||5 (as of 23 November 2020)|
|Highest||3 (January 2004)|
|Lowest||7 (January 2009)|
| Australia 0–37 New Zealand |
(Sydney, Australia 2 September 1994)
| Australia 87–0 Samoa |
(Samoa, 8 August 2009)
| New Zealand 64–0 Australia |
(Auckland, New Zealand 22 July 1995)
|Appearances||6 (First in 1998 )|
|Best result||3rd place, 2010|
The Australia women's national rugby union team, also known as the Wallaroos, has competed at all Women's Rugby World Cups since 1998, with their best result finishing in third place in 2010.
Australian women have been playing rugby since the late 1930s, in regional areas of New South Wales. In 1992 the first National Women's Tournament as held in Newcastle, NSW. The following year the Australian Women's Rugby Union was established, and it was declared that the national women's team would be called the Wallaroos.
The Wallaroos played their first international in 1994 against New Zealand, also known as the Black Ferns. The match was played at North Sydney Oval, and NZ won the game 37 to 0. The team placed fifth at their first World Cup appearance in 1998 in the Netherlands. They placed fifth at the 2002 event in Barcelona, Spain also.
In 2014, The Wallaroos played two Test matches in New Zealand against their Tasman rivals, the Black Ferns, and North American outfit, Canada. Although losing both of these matches, the Wallaroos took this experience into the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup. The Australian team was second in the pool stage behind host team France and was narrowly defeated by the United States in the first playoff, but beat Wales in their last match to finish the tournament in seventh place.
|1991||Did Not Enter|
Summary of matches (full internationals only) updated to the end of the 2017 World Cup:
|Opposition||First game||Played||Won||Drawn||Lost||% Won|
See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering.
|2001-05-26||Australia||19–41||England||TG Millner Field, Sydney||[12/74/2]|
|2002-05-18 (WC)||Australia||3–36||New Zealand||Barcelona||[15/30/6]|
|2002-05-21 (WC)||Australia||0–18||United States||Barcelona||[16/43/2]|
|2006-08-31 (WC)||Australia||68–12||South Africa||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[18/7/1]|
|2006-09-04 (WC)||Australia||10–24||France||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[19/108/2]|
|2006-09-08 (WC)||Australia||6–10||United States||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[20/57/3]|
|2006-09-12 (WC)||Australia||12–29||United States||St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert||[21/58/4]|
|2006-09-16 (WC)||Australia||18–14||Ireland||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[22/79/2]|
|2007-10-16||New Zealand||21–10||Australia||Cooks Gardens, Wanganui||[48/23/7]|
|2010-08-20 (WC)||Australia||26–12||Wales||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[28/132/2]|
|2010-08-24 (WC)||Australia||5–32||New Zealand||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[29/55/11]|
|2010-08-28 (WC)||Australia||62–0||South Africa||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[30/22/2]|
|2010-09-01 (WC)||England||15–0||Australia||Twickenham Stoop||[167/31/4]|
|2010-09-05 (WC)||France||8–22||Australia||Twickenham Stoop||[150/32/3]|
|2014-06-01||New Zealand||38–3||Australia||Rotorua International Stadium||[68/33/12]|
|2014-06-06||Australia||0–22||Canada||Tauranga, New Zealand||[34/101/1]|
|2014-08-01 (WC)||Australia||26–3||South Africa||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1||[35/36/3]|
|2014-08-05 (WC)||Australia||25–3||Wales||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 2||[36/159/3]|
|2014-08-09 (WC)||Australia||3–17||France||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1||[37/189/4]|
|2014-08-13 (WC)||Australia||20–23||United States||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1||[38/99/5]|
|2014-08-17 (WC)||Australia||30–3||Wales||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1||[39/162/4]|
|2016-10-22||New Zealand||67–3||Australia||Eden Park, Auckland||[80/40/13]|
|2016-10-26||New Zealand||29–3||Australia||QBE Stadium, North Harbour||[81/41/14]|
|2017-06-09||Australia||10–53||England||Porirua Park, Wellington||[42/245/5]|
|2017-06-13||New Zealand||44–17||Australia||Rugby Park, Christchurch||[86/43/15]|
|2017-06-17||Australia||5–45||Canada||Smallbone Park, Rotorua||[44/122/2]|
|2017-08-09 (WC)||Ireland||19–17||Australia||UCD Bowl, Dublin||[151/45/3]|
|2017-08-13 (WC)||France||48 – 0||Australia||UCD Bowl, Dublin||[215/46/5]|
|2017-08-17 (WC)||Australia||21–15||Japan||Billings Park UCD, Dublin||[47/47/1]|
|2017-08-22 (WC)||Ireland||24–36||Australia||Ravenhill Stadium, Belfast||[154/48/4]|
|2017-08-26 (WC)||Canada||43–12||Australia||Queen's University, Belfast||[122/49/3]|
|2018-08-18||Australia||11–31||New Zealand||ANZ Stadium, Sydney||[50/93/16]|
|2018-08-25||New Zealand||45–17||Australia||Eden Park, Auckland||[94/51/17]|
|2019-07-13||Australia||34–5||Japan||Sportsground 2, Newcastle|||
|2019-07-19||Australia||46–3||Japan||North Sydney Oval, Sydney|||
|2019-08-10||Australia||10–47||New Zealand||Optus Stadium, Perth|||
|2019-08-17||New Zealand||37–8||Australia||Eden Park, Auckland|||
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