The 28-year-old had a 2018 to remember and it concluded with winning the Belinda Clark Medal at the Australian Cricket Awards.

A highlight of Healy's past 12 months was her performance at the Women's World Twenty20 in November. In the West Indies, she was the leading run-scorer in the competition, with 225 runs, and was named the Player of the Tournament.

She was also named the T20I Player of the Year by the ICC.

In the 50-over format, the Gold Coast-born star scored 329 runs which included her maiden international century of 133 not out.

"It's been a real blur and I probably haven't sat down and completely reflected on it," Healy said.

"Personally it's been pleasing and I take a lot of confidence out of it.

"I'll probably sit down at the start of our leave period and have a beer or two and reflect on what it's been like and what I did to get there. Hopefully, I can re-enact that for the next 12 months."

However, it might be a short break. 

There have been reports out of India that the BCCI is looking to repeat their T20 exhibition matches involving the top Indian and overseas women's crickets once again.

At the moment BCCI is still tossing up whether the match will be a one-off, like last year, or if it will be a best of three matches between two teams or even a round-robin stage involving three teams, followed by the final.

Healy, who was part of the game last year, said she would be up to being part of the event again.

"That would be fantastic. I thoroughly enjoyed that experience last year, heading over there for a few days and playing in that exhibition game and I think it's the next step in the women's game for that T20 format," she said.

"If that gets up and running that will be really exciting and a lot of the girls would be willing to stick their hand up for it."

The last match of the ODI Series between Australia and New Zealand will take place on Sunday, March 3 from 10:50am AEDT at Junction Oval.