The most-capped player of Dan McKellar's title-winning squad is an ACT Brumby no more, with Tevita Kuridrani set to head west for 2021.
It was confirmed on Monday that Kuridrani had played his last Super Rugby match for the club. He will join the Western Force for next season.
The 29-year-old outside-centre has been at the Brumbies since 2012 and said "the time is right for me in my career to have a fresh challenge".
His last Brumbies outing came in a grand final triumph over the Queensland Reds, a fitting end to his nine years in the capital.
"It has been a true honour to play for the Brumbies, a club that gave me a chance to play Super Rugby and to live out my dreams," Kuridrani said.
"Leaving my family in Queensland to come to Canberra was difficult, but I can honestly say it was the best decision I ever made.
"I will cherish the memories I've made at this club forever and I just want to thanks everyone who has made my journey with the Brumbies so special, not least the Canberra community who always made we feel at home here.
"While I'm sad to be leaving the club, I feel the time is right for me in my career to have a fresh challenge and I'm excited for my new opportunity with the Western Force."
It comes in the wake of Kuridrani being cast aside by the Wallabies for the upcoming Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship.
Kuridrani, a 61-times capped Wallaby, made his Super Rugby debut against Queensland in 2012 and was launched onto the international stage the following year.
The Fijian-born Wallaby played 135 matches for the Brumbies and scored 28 tries, with coach Dan McKellar saying he'd been a rock in the No.13 jersey.
"He's been a great servant for the club over the years, all the way to end where he was one of our best against the Reds on Saturday night," McKellar said.
"He did everything in his power to make sure he left the club on a good note and he's done that over the years, time and again, stepping up in big moments.
"He's been a rock for us in that 13 jersey for a long time. His defence and his durability to go with his obvious gifts as a carrier, he's been a huge part of what the club has achieved during his time here.
"It's always tough to see a guy who's contributed so much to the club leave but it's probably the right time for Tevita to have a fresh start and we wish him all the best for the future."
Kuridrani is the fourth signing at the Western Force in recent weeks, following Kyle Godwin, Ian Prior and Tom Robertson.