Five Australian Roses made the long trip to Tralee but only three will feature in the live TV 'final'.
Sydney's Caitlin MacInante, Melbourne's Suzie Jackson and Perth's Laura Cannon will be part of the televised Rose Of Tralee final which will be broadcast over two nights from early Tuesday morning Australian time on RTE.
But Queenland's Sarah Griffin-Breen and South Australia's Emilie Helbig have missed out.
Unlike in previous years, only 32 of the 57 participating Roses get to take part in the televised portion of the pageant.
Queensland's Rose Of Tralee organisers posted the following message on their Facebook page.
"We are so incredibly proud of our beautiful Queensland Rose, Sarah. Her journey so far in Tralee has been amazing and we are excited to celebrate the rest of the Festival with her. All 57 Roses have done their Families and Centres proud and we wish the 32 through to the Dome the best of luck."
Others who posted on the official Rose of Tralee page were less magnanimous.
"Not fair on the other Roses," Fiona Real posted when the final list of 32 was revealed. "Won't be tuning in to watch the live shows. I think they should all go through after all the effort these girls went through to get there."
The final list of Roses for the first of two broadcasts is: Abu Dhabi, Arizona, Carlow, Dublin, Florida, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Leitrim, Monaghan, New York, New Zealand, Newfoundland & Labrador, Toronto, Waterford, Westmeath and Yorkshire
All three remaining Aussie Roses will take part in the second broadcast alongside: Boston & New England, Chicago, Cork, Down, Dubai, Galway, Germany, London, Mayo, Philadephia and San Francisco.
The Rose of Tralee will be available to watch for free, live and on-demand on RTÉ Player.