Thousands of fans turned out in Sydney to revel in the cricket clean sweep with Australia's triumphant Test team.
The Ashes may be over, but the celebrations sure aren't.
Matt Carmichael, you were down at the Opera House today, along with a lot of fans, revelling in the clean sweep.
Sarah, it was great to be there and they came from all over the country, and packed out two sides of the Sydney Opera House to congratulate Michael Clarke and his team on their 5-0 whitewash over England.
The players all say they were overwhelmed by the level of support today.
A proud Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave the Australian side his seal of approval.
A great summer is one where Australia beats England, and didn't we whip them?
We certainly didn't expect this throughout the whole series, to be honest.
We've had amazing support today.
Just tops it off to see so many boys and girls' smiling faces supporting this great game of cricket.
It makes you proud when you're able to pay back the supporters that have supported us through the tough times, to now be in a great position in Australian cricket and Australian sport.
Ladies and gentleman, the victorious Australian cricket team.
But there was one player missing from the stage when Clarke and his players presented the replica urn and trophy.
Chris Rogers arrived late after sleeping in, but he's not sorry for making the most of the Ashes celebrations.
There was plenty of Michael Jackson last night, so that's why I'm late today.
I never thought I'd be a part of this so I'm milking it for all its worth at the moment.
The first thing he asked is where the dance floor was so he's ready to go.
Rogers found the dance floor and showed us some very impressive moves.
He might still be going - the Australian players are continuing their party this afternoon before it gets serious again tomorrow in the lead-up to Sunday's first one-dayer against England.
And I'll be back with the rest of the day's sports news shortly,