THE BROTHERS of dead Huddersfield backpacker Peter Falconio, arrived in Australia today to attend a court case into his suspected murder.
Nick Falconio, 36, and Paul, 35, arrived in Darwin, Australia, ahead of the committal hearing against Bradley Murdoch.
The pair will represent the family at the hearing.
Their brother Peter Falconio, 28, from Hepworth, is believed to have been murdered during a world trip with his girlfriend Joanne Lees, almost three-years-ago.
The couple were ambushed as Peter drove their camper van on a desert highway in the Australian Outback in July 2001.
Bradley John Murdoch, 45, is accused of killing Mr Falconio and falsely imprisoning Miss Lees, who was 28 at the time.
Miss Lees, formerly of Almondbury, now living in Brighton, has already flown 12,000 miles back to Australia for next week's hearing.
The committal against Murdoch is expected to start on Monday and last for six weeks.
A media scrum met the two Falconio brothers as they arrived at the Darwin International Airport.
Paul Falconio, of Hepworth, is expected to be the first witness to appear in the three-week committal hearing.
There will be a further three weeks of hearings in August.
An electronic courtroom has been fitted out in Darwin's Supreme Court building.