An Irish woman remains in hospital along with two Britons after a coach crash which killed three British tourists in Tasmania.
They were on a night tour to see wildlife in the Cradle Mountain complex when their coach plunged into a ravine.
The three dead Britons have been named as Judith Franklin, 63, from Cambridgeshire, and George and Yvonne MacPherson, both in their 70s, from the Scottish Highlands.
Mrs Franklin's husband, Colin, 67, was injured in the crash and was released from hospital after treatment.
The Franklins, who ran an arable farm, were travelling with friends Harry Meredith and his Irish-born wife Kathleen, who lived in Australia.
Mr Meredith, a retired heart surgeon, was killed in the accident.
Inspector Matthew Richmond of Hobart Police said the coach stopped on a narrow gravel road near the Cradle Mountain tourist complex to allow another vehicle to pass then "just seems to have toppled over down a steep bank".