Veteran midcourter Kim Ravaillion has pulled out of Australia's Constellation Cup series with New Zealand to recharge ahead of the Netball World Cup.
Ravaillion told her Diamonds teammates of her decision after they wrapped up the Quad Series title with a win over the Silver Ferns on Sunday.
With 60 Diamonds caps under her belt, Ravaillion says she needs some time away from her international duties, with Australia set to defend their world title in Liverpool next July.
"I'm honoured to be a member of this team and I want to be able to give my all to it," she said.
"In order for me to do this, I've decided to step aside from the next international series to allow myself to regenerate physically and mentally."
Netball Australia announced squad members Kate Moloney and Jamie-Lee Price will replace Ravaillion during the upcoming four-match Constellation Cup series, which kicks off in Brisbane on Sunday, October 7.
Moloney will compete in the first two matches of the series in Brisbane and Townsville and Price in the final two matches to be held in Hamilton and Wellington in New Zealand.