Has it really been THAT long since the Aussies last held bragging rights?
With the 2015 Bledisloe Cup commencing this weekend, the Wallabies will be hoping to not only make a statement heading into this year's Rugby World Cup, but to also end one of the longest losing streaks in international sport - it has been 13 years since the Wallabies hoisted the Bledisloe Cup.
The world has changed so much since then, but unfortunately one thing has stayed the same - the All Blacks' dominance of the Wallabies.
Thirteen years ago the world was Facebook, Twitter and iPhone-free. Large TVs were around 30 inches and were the shape of a box.
The A-League wasn't even an idea, the Northern Eagles roamed the NRL and there was no Gold Coast sporting franchise in sight.
Despite their team being packed with legends such as George Gregan, Stephen Larkham, George Smith, Matthew Burke and many more, Aussie fans watched the Wallabies' five-game Bledisloe Cup winning run turn into a nightmare which has continued to this day.
Go back in time by flicking through our gallery of The World: 2002.