Source: Twitter (@TimArvier9)

A group of five Australian and English Test cricketers were allegedly told to temper their post-match drinking session by members of the Hobart Police as the beers remained flowing well into the morning.

In a video released via Twitter from the account of Nine News journalist Tim Arvier, Australian trio Nathan Lyon, Alex Carey and Man of the Series Travis Head can be seen being told to wrap up their early morning drinking session.

While his side was vanquished 4-0 by the home side, England skipper Joe Root, along with veteran paceman James Anderson, were also amongst those imbibing on the patio of their CBD hotel.

Despite no reports of charges having been laid by the local law enforcers, the quintet, still dressed in their playing whites, were told that it was probably high time to head to bed.

The group's breakfast beers came after the Australian's secured the Ashes on Sunday night and before the festivities recommenced in the Tasmanian capital on Monday.

In another video released by opening-batter Usman Khawaja on his personal Instagram account, Nathan Lyon was, once again, at the forefront of celebrations at the Customs House Hotel adjacent to Franklin Wharf.

Khawaja also paid his respects to his teammates following their gesture to remove champagne bottles from the dais on Sunday so the devout Muslim could join in the celebrations.

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Members of the Australian Test team will enjoy a brief break from their duties before flying out to face Pakistan in a three-Test tour starting in early March.

Root and Anderson's next red-ball assignments will be in the Caribbean when their own three-match series against the West Indies commences in Antigua on March 9.