Six of the top seven teams in the world rankings will start life with a new coach following the Rugby World Cup.
Rugby Australia must do all it can to continue promoting home coaches, says departing boss Michael Cheika.
Michael Cheika will not seek re-appointment after Australia's loss to England in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday.
Michael Cheika was in a defiant mood following Australia's quarter-final loss against England.
After Australia lost their Rugby World Cup quarter-final to England, an emotional Michael Cheika struggled to contain his disappointment.
Michael Cheika is expected to stand down, but he did not appreciate the topic being raised so soon after the Wallabies' World Cup exit.
Eddie Jones won the battle of the coaches as England reached the Rugby World Cup semi-finals at the expense of Michael Cheika's Australia.
England coach Eddie Jones and Wallabies boss Michael Cheika exchanged compliments two days before a titanic World Cup quarter-final in Oita.
Michael Cheika says there is no fear in Australia's ranks ahead of their quarter-final with England, who have won six in a row against them.
England have won six consecutive matches against Australia but Michael Cheika has faith his side can end that run this weekend.