Joe Tomane and Sekope Kepu about to take the plunge at Birmingham's Munrow Sports Centre after the win over Uruguay.
Greg Holmes arrives at the sun-drenched Dulwich College training base.
Australia train for the first time at their London base of Dulwich College.
It can be lonely on the end of the table in a press conference when all the questions are for the coach, as Michael Hooper found out.
Cheika gets the Fardy glare during a press conference.
Scott Fardy and Ben McCalman train on the Dulwich College backdrop.
Rob Horne trains pre-England.
Sam Carter upon returning to the squad from France - called in to replace injured lock Will Skelton.
Some post-lunch smart phone time before afternoon training.
Adam Ashley-Cooper can taste success at a training session pre-England.
Israel Folau during Thursday's team photograph.
David Pocock helps James Slipper relax, while Sekope Kepu looks intensely jealous.
A packed press conference pre-England, a little different to the one or two journos in Bath.
Kurtley Beale walks out for Friday's captain's run at Twickenham.
Assistant coach Nathan Grey, channeling Greg Cornelson's 'up the jumper' move.
Nick Phipps on the edge of the light.
David Pocock putting in some extra training as the shadows lengthen.
'Hands in' at the end of the session.
The players huddle centre field at the end of the sun-drenched session.
The formalities; assistant coaches Mario Ledesma and Nathan Grey, head coach Michael Cheika, team manager Patrick Molihan and assistant coach Stephen Larkham attend a dinner at Australia House the night before taking on England.
Chris Raumer from Townsville and Twickenham local Noel Penrose put their differences aside to share a pre-match drink.
A Wallaby fan off for a pint in Twickenham.
Wallaby fan Darcy (8) stands firm against a couple of English knights.
Wallaby supporters take over a shopping strip on Whiten Road outside the stadium.
The Wallabies enter the gates of Twickenham - spine tingling stuff.
A steely glare from Bernard Foley during Saturday's warm up. He scored 28 of Australia's 33 points, the lad was dialled in.
Dean Mumm makes sure the posts are in good order during the warm up.
The Webb Ellis Cup moments before the teams take to the pitch.
Skipper Stephen Moore breaks into a trot as the teams take the field.
The anthem has been sung with gusto by the Wallabies, which is great to see.
A visual insight into the chaos of a collapsed scrum.
England skipper Chris Robshaw can't stop Bernard Foley from scoring the match's opening try.
The trademark post-try ball throw ...
... and ensuing celebration.
Probably my favourite image of the match, despite the fact it shows Izzie spilling a high ball. A rare sight.
Australia's Rob Horne disappears up the race after popping his shoulder early on.
Foley goes over for his second, to the delight of Aussie fans.
Replacement Dean Mumm is on hand to help celebrate, as a beaten Owen Farrell strolls past.
Stephen Moore and Joe Marler continue an animated discussion in front of referee Romain Poite.
Rob Simmons and Michael Hooper share an unusual looking moment mid pitch - kind of like they'd met while walking their dogs in the park.
Bernard Foley watches a penalty go through during his perfect goal-kicking display.
A great take by Kane Douglas to secure possession from a restart.
Greg Holmes appeals to the referee as the Wallaby scrum begins to decimate England in the second half.
Jonathan Joseph gives Tevita Kuridrani a facial.
Rob Simmons tries to break up an English maul.
Rob Simmons wins a line out for Australia.
A dejected England prop Joe Marler walks past the victorious Wallaby huddle.
Dean Mumm, Adam Ashley-Cooper and David Pocock thank Aussie fans.
'Leaving so soon?'; 'Four more years'; 'How low can your chariot go?'. English fans were copping it all from the Aussies.
Tatafu Polota-Nau, Sekope Kepu and Scott Sio acknowledge Wallaby fans after the win.
Stephen Moore during recovery at the Queen Mother Sports Centre in London.
Adam Ashley-Cooper engaging in his own method of recovery.
The players gather around at Sunday recovery to listen to the closing stages of the thrilling NRL Grand Final.
We may have beaten the English, but they're still throwing ordinary weather at us this week.
Scott Sio, poised.
Drew Mitchell gets some good air.
Bernard Foley, moving well at Monday training after his 80 minutes on Saturday.
Assistant coach Mario Ledesma, down on the loose ball with the keenness of a man half his age.
... and then feels the hurt.
Nice to have James (Chibba) Hanson back around training - he was called in to bolster the squad when Wycliff Palu and Will Skelton succumbed to injury
Israel Folau sits out Tuesday's morning session and may miss the Wales clash
Ben McCalman eyes an opportunity with the suspension of Michael Hooper.
A good ol' grappling/slow dancing warm up for the forwards.
As preparations continue for the Wales game it's important to note the Aussies are still having fun.
My esteemed colleague from Getty, Dan Mullan.