Danielle Scott closed the year with a ranking of three in the world, Renee McElduff improve her ranking of 20 at the end of the 2013/14 season to seven and World Champion Laura Peel finished in eighth spot.
Her stocks rose going into the first final, having performed strongly in the qualification round, finishing in second place.
Both Peel and Scott performed strongly in the qualification round, finishing in first and second places respectively, unfortunately McElduff was unable to reproduce the stunning performance from Lake Placid four week ago which saw her notch her maiden World Cup victory, and finished 13th, just missing the cut.
In the round of 12 Scott finished eighth, short of the level needed to advance to the six woman super-final to decide medals.
Peel kept the Australian flags waving with a fifth place, which she improved upon in the super-final, to finish just outside a place on the podium in fourth.
Americans Ashley Caldwell and Kiley Mckinnon were the gold and silver medallists, while Russian Veronika Korsunova finished third.
Aerial skiing coach Jeff Bean said that there are so many highlights to the season.
“Laura winning World Championships, all three girls winning events this season, all three girls inside the top 10 in the world and to see the progression they all made through the year with their jumping and consistency in competition,” Bean said.
“They have all improved so much this season.
“It was great they were all able to stay healthy all year which is a great credit to their work ethic.
“They are so dedicated to the sport and their preparation for it, that paid off big throughout the season.
“For Dani and Laura both to compete with triple twists through the year was fabulous and to have the volume of training they did on those tricks will pay huge dividends in preparing for next season.”
IMAGE: Danielle Scott (right), third place on the World Cup standings © FIS