Australia will send its smallest team in two decades to an Olympics, with 410 athletes selected for this month's London Games.
The Australian team for London has been finalised, with 227 athletes to make their Olympic debut.
The overall size is the fifth-largest Australian team sent to an Olympics - but the smallest since the 1992 Barcelona Games.
The home Olympics in Sydney 2000 remains Australia's largest team with 632 athletes, followed by Athens in 2004 (482), Beijing 2008 (435) and Atlanta 1996 (424 athletes).
The Australian Olympic Committee on Wednesday confirmed the team size, comprising 224 men and 186 women.
Some 319 officials will accompany the Australian team, which includes 46 athletes who were born in another country and two who have competed at an Olympics for other nations - shooters Dina Aspandiyarova (Kazakhstan) and Lalita Yauhleuskaya (Belarus).
Dressage rider Mary Hanna, aged 57, will be Australia's oldest team member in London while the youngest will be 16-year-old diver Brittany Broben.
Equestrian stalwart Andrew Hoy will become the only Australian to compete at seven Olympics while three athletes will contest their sixth Games - shooters Michael Diamond and Russell Mark, and cyclist Stuart O'Grady.
Beach volleyballer Natalie Cook will become the first female to compete at five summer Olympics for Australia.