There’s the Standard Edition which will set you back $99 (there will be cheaper prices close to release), the Special Edition which is EB Exclusive. It’s $114 and includes a copy of the game, a Totaku figure, a steelbook and three art cards.
The nicest edition is definitely the Croft Edition. It’s $144.95 and includes 48 hour early access, a soundtrack, a outfit/weapons digital pack and a season pass which includes 7 challenge tombs, 7 weapons, 7 outfits and 7 skills.
Now interestingly enough, the Croft Edition will let you play the game two days early on September 12th (regular release is on September 14th).
It looks like the Ultimate Edition which includes a bottle opener, torch and statue won’t be making its way to Australia, but we’ll confirmed once we’ve heard from Square.