The Diamonds will face New Zealand in next month's Constellation Cup without a permanent captain or leadership group in place.
Australia's most recent captain, Caitlin Bassett, is in the squad but new coach Stacey Marinkovich said the Diamonds would instead share leadership opportunities throughout the playing group before making any permanent appointments.
A captain will be named for each of the four matches against the Silver Ferns, in line with International Netball Federation rules.
"This approach isn't about diminishing about what's been done in the past," Marinkovich said in a statement.
"One thing that has become clear within this new squad is that the players and coaching staff don't want to put any limitations on what can be achieved by the group, so this leadership approach for the Constellation Cup series will encourage collective leadership across the squad and provide us with the opportunity to really identify our strengths and areas for development.
"We have only had limited time together as a full squad due to COVID and there are so many Super Netball leaders within this squad, so this approach is all about maximising that skill set within the group and encouraging all athletes to be leaders regardless of how long they have been part of the squad."
Netball Australia said it planned to appoint a new leadership group before the next international series.
The Diamonds arrived in Christchurch on Monday and are undertaking their 14-day hotel quarantine stint.
The opening match of the series is on March 2 - the first day out of quarantine for the Australians.
Australian Associated Press