Shane Warne, 52, died suddenly on Friday of a suspected heart attack while on holiday at a luxury wellness resort in Thailand.
Warne, who was born in the Melbourne suburb of Upper Ferntree Gully, leaves behind daughters Brooke, 24, and Summer, 20, and son Jackson, 22.
Warne, was Australia's greatest-ever bowler and arguably the country's second-greatest cricketer in history behind Don Bradman.
Warne played his first Test match in 1992 and retired from all forms of cricket in 2013.
All up he finished with 1,001 international wickets across all formats, earning spots in the ICC, Australian cricket and Australian sport Hall of Fame.
Here's a look at his life in pictures:
Shane Warne celebrates after dismissing England's Robin Smith on the final day of the first Test match between England and Australia at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, in Manchester, UK, in 1993. Source: Getty / John Giles/PA Images
Warne celebrates victory over England in the Fifth Ashes Test Match at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England, in 1997. Source: Getty / Clive Mason
Queen Elizabeth II with Steve Waugh (left) and Warne (right) during a reception for the Cricket World Cup teams at Buckingham Palace, London, in 1999. Source: Getty / Fiona Hanson/PA Images
The Australia One Day Squad pictured in Hawaiian Shirts prior to a tour to Sri Lanka on 15 August 1999 in Brisbane. Back row, from left: Adam Dale, Damian Fleming, Jason Gillespie, Tom Moody, Andrew Symonds and Adam Gilchrist. Front row, from left: Damian Martyn, Ricky Ponting, Michael Bevan, Steve Waugh, Shane Warne, Mark Waugh and Darren Lehmann. Credit: Hamish Blair/Getty Images
Adam Gilchrist (from left), Michael Bevan, Ricky Ponting, Damien Fleming, Steve Waugh and Shane Warne with the ICC World Cup after victory in the 1999 final against Pakistan at Lords on 20 June 1999 in London. Credit: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images
Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh (third from left) and vice-captain Warne (right) hold the World Cup trophy surrounded by the rest of the team in Sydney on 28 June 1999. Source: Getty / Gabrielle Charotte
Warne and then-wife Simone arrive for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation Dinner in Monte Carlo, Monaco, on 13 May 2002. Source: Getty / David Cannon
Warne relaxes after equalling Muttiah Muralitharan's world record of 527 career wickets during day five of the second Test between Australia and Sri Lanka at Cazalys Stadium on 13 July 2004 in Cairns. Source: Getty / Hamish Blair
Magda Szubanski (portraying her character Sharon Strzelecki from the Australian television series Kath & Kim) kisses Warne during the Reach Out To Asia Telethon at the Telstra Dome on 8 January 2004 in Melbourne. Source: Getty / Ryan Pierse
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar (left), with his left arm taped because of tennis elbow, gestures towards Warne at a practice training session in Mumbai on 29 September 2004. Source: AFP / ROB ELLIOTT/AFP via Getty Images
Warne looks on during the unveiling of his portrait in the Long Room at Lords on 7 June 2005 in London. Credit: Hamish Blair/Getty Images
Warne poses for photographers at the MCG after he announces his retirement from international cricket during a press conference on 21 December 2006 in Melbourne. Credit: Aaron Francis/Getty Images
Warne and actor Hugh Jackman pose after playing cricket in the nets during day one of the fourth Test match between Australia and England at Melbourne Cricket Ground on 26 December 2010 in Melbourne. Credit: Scott Barbour/Getty Images
Elizabeth Hurley and Warne pose at a launch event in London, England on 23 May, 2012. Credit: Dave J Hogan/Getty Images
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic bowls a tennis ball in front of Warne, as Paralympian and Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott looks on, during "A Night with Novak" at Margaret Court Arena on 11 January 2017 in Melbourne. Credit: Michael Dodge/Getty Images
Nine commentary team members (from left) Michael Clarke, Ian Healy, Shane Warne, Mark Nicholas, Bill Lawry, Michael Slater and Mark Taylor pose for a selfie in their MJ Bale Pink Jackets in support of McGrath Pink Test during day three of the fifth Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series between Australia and England at Sydney Cricket Ground on 6 January 2018 in Sydney. Credit: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
Warne after the third day of the Fifth Ashes Test between England and Australia at The AMP Oval in London on 25 August 2001. Credit: Hamish Blair/Getty Images
Warne talks to the local media at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai, India, on 20 February 2001. Credit: Hamish Blair/Getty Images