A host of Aussies made European moves in August, with the likes of Tommy Oar, Terry Antonis and Daniel De Silva (eventually) finding new homes.
Here is a wrap up of all the month's moves:
The 23-year-old signed a two-year deal with the Tractor Boys, having spent five years in Holland.
Very happy to have signed with Ipswich town. Can't wait to get started!!! @Official_ITFC@WassNetherlandspic.twitter.com/bu33TMHuWm
— Tommy Oar (@TommyOar10) August 29, 2015
“We have watched Tommy a few times and checked him out on our scouting system. We have done our due diligence on him and he will be a good signing for us," Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy said on the club's official YouTube channel.
“He is quick and direct and puts some great crosses in. He does all the tracking back as well.
"I'm delighted to have him. He's a full Australian international and he will add to the competition here."
Ipswich are currently flying high in third position on the Championship table, and are being touted as possible promotion candidates.
In a deal believed to be worth around $500,000, Antonis joins a side that finished fifth in last season's Greek Super League.
The 21-year-old debuted for Sydney when he was 16 in 2010, and featured 69 times in five seasons.
“I'd like to thank Sydney FC for their help and support in my development over the last five years and I will be forever grateful for the opportunity they have given me," Antonis said after the transfer was secured.
“I'm sad to be leaving such a great club who have been like a family to me as I have grown up and they will always hold a special place in my heart.
You have given me memories I will never forget
— Terry Antonis (@TerryAntonis) August 19, 2015
Kruse impressed early in his stint at Leverkusen, however an injury suffered in this year's Asian Cup final derailed his time at the German giants.
The arrival of Javier Hernandez from Manchester United meant that opportunities were likely to be limited for the 26-year-old, whose season-long loan move includes an option to buy at the end of the season.
A transfer between Roma and Perth had been in the works for around 18 months, however complications surrounding the amount of foreign players in the Serie A side's squad meant that De Silva joined Roda on loan, and then eventually on a permanent deal.
The 27-year-old, who scored the winning goal in Australia's Asian Cup triumph in January, signed for the Saudi giants on deadline day.
First game @ittihadclub.sa. Can't wait for more to come. #JT14
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Troisi first arrived in Italy when he joined Atalanta in 2012 and has since spent time on loan with A-League champions Melbourne Victory and Belgian side Zulte-Waregem. He never featured for the Juventus senior side.
However, after not registering a single appearance for Fulham last campaign, Taggart was loaned out to the Scottish side by Whites manager Kit Symons, with a view to gaining some first team action in the Scottish Premiership.
Delighted to welcome @Brad_Jones1 to @CoralWindowsUK Stadium. He can't wait to meet you all #bcafcpic.twitter.com/2ciDobCDho
— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) August 17, 2015
The 33-year-old was signed by the Reds for £2.3m back in 2010, but made only 25 appearances in all competitions in his five year spell at Anfield.
Jones, who has joined compatriot James Meredith at Valley Parade, will compete with Ben Williams for the Bantams' number one goalkeeping spot. The West Yorkshire outfit currently occupy 11th position in League One.
Other August Aussie Transfers:
Josh Brillante - loan from Fiorentina to Calcio Como, Italy
Adam Edgar - transferred to Huddersfield Town, England
Tomi Juric - transferred from WSW to Roda JC, Netherlands
Frane Vladislavic - transferred to Segesta Sisak, Croatia
Jeremy Walker - loan from Braintree Town to Concord Rangers, England