Wallabies centre Tevita Kuridrani will remain in Australia until at least the 2019 Rugby World Cup after re-signing for two years with the Brumbies.
Kuridrani has played all three Rugby Championship matches this year to take him to 50 international caps.
The 26-year-old notched 15 Super Rugby games in 2017 as the Brumbies reached the quarter-finals.
He is on track to reach 100 caps for the Canberra-based franchise, sitting on 90 appearances since his 2012 debut.
The Fijian-born Kuridrani starred on last season's European tour and started at outside centre in the Wallabies' loss to New Zealand in the 2015 World Cup final in London.
He is set to retain his No.13 jersey for the Wallabies' Test against Argentina on Saturday in Canberra.