Australian batsmen Shaun Marsh (L) and Adam Voges (R) acknowledge the applause at the end of play on the first day of the first cricket Test match against the West Indies in Hobart on December 10, 2015. AFP PHOTO / William WEST --IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - NO COMMERCIAL USE-- / AFP / WILLIAM WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)

Australia have declared at lunch on day two after a record partnership between Adam Voges and Shaun Marsh.

The Aussies declared on 4-583 at lunch on day two, after Adam Voges (269 not out) and Shaun Marsh (182) shared in a 449 run partnership. The pair broke the record for Australia's best fourth wicket stand and then shortly after, broke the record for the all time best fourth wicket stand in Test cricket history.

The partnership was eventually broken when Marsh was caught by Bravo off the bowling of Warrican for 182.

Australia added 145 runs to their overnight score after resuming their innings on day two on 3-438.

Voges now has three centuries this Australian summer, and now boasts a Test average of 71.50 in 11 Tests since making his debut earlier this year. He is now also the fourth oldest Australian to scored a double century.