A Sydney couple and their four children have been charged with assaulting seven police officers who were allegedly punched and bitten.
Three of the accused are 18-year-old triplets.
Tasers were drawn during a brawl that resulted in three police officers being taken to hospital for treatment.
Police responded to a domestic incident at a Bankstown home, in the city's southwest, about 12.30am (AEDT) on Wednesday.
As they were in the driveway preparing to leave, a family member allegedly punched a probationary constable, giving him a black eye, police said.
The remaining family members allegedly joined the assault on the officer before other officers came to his aid.
A further six officers suffered injuries. These included bruising and concussion.
"Tasers were drawn but not fired," a police source told AAP.
Three of the officers, including the probationary constable, required treatment at Bankstown Hospital. They have since been released.
Police charged the 46-year-old father, a son aged 21 and the triplets - two boys and a girl - and refused them bail.
The charges include affray, assaulting police and resisting police. One of the male triplets was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
All five are expected to appear at Parramatta Bail Court on Thursday.
The 41-year-old mother was charged with the same offences and issued with a notice to attend Bankstown Local Court on February 13.