All and sundry from the military dictatorship seem to be making a beeline for Australia - some of them with official approval, others not.
The illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, is in Sydney this week and is said to be heading to Melbourne after that.
It's claimed the former chief of staff, Brigadier Colonel Mohammed Aziz, is also in Australia, after doing a runner.
Insiders contacted C4.5 several days ago to say Aziz has gone AWOL over the Pita Driti case.
They say he had left Fiji with the Minister of Defence for China and from there had gone to the Golan Heights but has not returned to the country or kept the regime informed of his movements.
They say news has come out of the illegal prime minister's office and camp that Aziz changed his travel plans and is now in Australia.
Insiders also say there are whispers Frank Bainimarama has ordered Aziz to be arrested and tried as Driti was last month.
Driti was found guilty and sentenced to five years in jail for inciting mutiny and uttering a seditious comment.
He and Mohammed Aziz were revealed as plotting against Bainimarama but Aziz was spared after telling all.
The other high ranking officer implicated in the failed plot, Roko Ului Mara, escaped to Tonga where he has become private secretary to King Tupou VI and has been given an island which he is developing for eco-tourism.