Former India coach Greg Chappell has been appointed as the new head coach of the Cricket Australia (CA) Centre of Excellence in Brisbane.
CA announced Chappell's appointment on Wednesday, and the former Test batsman was expected to start his new role later this year.
The appointment follows his controversial and ultimately unhappy two-year stint as coach of India, which came to an end after the side's demise at last year's World Cup.
That was followed by a similar role at the Rajasthan Cricket Association's Centre of Excellence.
The 60-year-old said he was looking forward to passing on his experience to some of the country's most exciting young players in a new era of Australian cricket.
"I believe I have a lot to offer the younger players, especially in the mental area of the game from both a personal and coaching point of view, and have a lot of knowledge when it comes to individual and team preparations for cricketing tours.
"Australian cricket is again going through a period of rebuilding after what has been a very successful era.
"We need to ensure we continue this momentum and prepare the right kind of players who can continue our excellent performances of the past."
Chappell played 87 Tests and 74 one-day internationals and also coached South Australia in the Australian domestic competition.
CA's Centre of Excellence was launched in 2004 and replaced the Cricket academy that was based in Adelaide for the previous 15 years.