The England rugby team's tour of Australasia in the June 2010 saw the team play two tests against Australia, plus two mid-week games against the Australian Barbarians (essentially Australia A) and a final match against New Zealand Māori.
|2010 England rugby union tour of Australasia|
|Tour captain(s)||Lewis Moody|
|Previous tour||New Zealand 2008|
|Next tour||South Africa 2012|
The tour was notable for England's 20–21 victory in the second test, which at that point was only the third time England had beaten Australia on their own soil – the other two occasions both being in 2003, one of which was the World Cup final.
- Scores and results list England's points tally first.
|Australian Barbarians||28||28||08/06/2010||Members Equity Stadium, Perth||Tour Match||BBC report|
|Australia||17||27||12/06/2010||Subiaco Oval, Perth||Test Match||BBC report|
|Australian Barbarians||15||9||15/06/2010||Central Coast Stadium, Gosford||Tour Match||BBC report|
|Australia||21||20||19/06/2010||ANZ Stadium, Sydney||Test Match||BBC report|
|New Zealand Māori||28||35||23/06/2010||McLean Park, Napier||Tour Match||BBC report|
- Manager: Martin Johnson
- Forwards coach: John Wells
- Attack coach: Brian Smith
- Defence coach: Mike Ford
- Scrum coach: Graham Rowntree
- Captain: Lewis Moody (Test matches)
- Man of Match 1st Test: Quade Cooper (Test matches)
- Man of Match 2nd Test: Nick Easter (Test matches)