The Spice Girls have been offered £10 million to perform in Australia.
The band - who have already performed in Canada, the US, Spain, Germany and the UK - have reportedly been offered the massive deal to extend their tour Down Under.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "The girls have a massive fan base in Australia and concert promoters are offering them a huge amount of cash to perform there."
The girls - Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Mel B, Geri Halliwell and Mel C - are said to be considering 12 dates in Sydney, Perth and Brisbane for March.
Their tour is currently scheduled to end in Atlantic City, in America, on February 29.
Meanwhile, Mel B's injured ankle is causing problems for their London dates.
The star twisted her ankle following New Year's Eve celebrations (31.12.07) with her bandmates and Victoria's husband David at London's Claridge's hotel.
Geri told fans at London's O2 arena on Wednesday (02.01.08): "Mel B got so drunk she fell down a flight of stairs and twisted her ankle, so she won't be busting the moves out tonight."
Mel B is not the first Spice Girl to injury herself since the tour began.
Emma was left hobbling around on crutches for weeks after falling on stage in Las Vegas and spraining her ankle last month.