Australian cricket team in West Indies in 1954–55
Australia won the series 3-0 and were extremely popular tourists.
The original squad selected were as follows:
- Batsmen - Colin McDonald, Neil Harvey, Peter Burge, Arthur Morris, Les Favell, Bill Watson
- Fastbowlers - Ray Lindwall, Alan Davidson, Bill Johnston
- Spinners - Ian Johnson (captain), Jack Hill
- All rounders - Richie Benaud, Keith Miller, Ron Archer
- Wicketkeeper - Gil Langley, Len Maddocks
- 1st Test at Sabina Park, Kingston – Australia won by 9 wickets
- 2nd Test at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad – match drawn
- 3rd Test at Bourda, Georgetown – Australia won by 8 wickets
- 4th Test at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados – match drawn
- 5th Test at Sabina Park, Kingston – Australia won by an innings and 82 runs
The Australian first innings total of 668 at Bridgetown is still the highest Test match innings that does feature an individual score of 150.
- Australian cricket team in the West Indies in 1954-55 at Wisden
- Walmsley, Keith (2003). Mosts Without in Test Cricket. Reading, England: Keith Walmsley Publishing Pty Ltd. p. 457. ISBN 0947540067..
- Australians in West Indies 1954-55 at Cricinfo
- Australians in West Indies 1954-55 at Cricket Archive