Lydia Lassila, Danielle Scott, Samantha Wells, Laura Peel and David Morris hope to maintain their standard when the event begins with qualifying this afternoon at 3.40pm.
Dual Olympic medalist Lassila became the story of the season last weekend when she fought through challenging weather conditions to take gold at the World Cup event in Deer Valley, Utah.
It was a remarkable result for the 35-year-old who was making only her second competitive appearance since winning bronze at Sochi in 2014 and as with Deer Valley, Lydia’s aim is, “to keep staying on my feet.”
“Our team feels really focused and strong at the moment and everyone is in a position to do really well.”
The result moves Lydia into seventh in the overall World Cup rankings.
Team mate Danielle Scott is the current World Cup leader with three podium finishes this season, including two gold.
“It has been an amazing start to the season and I am really happy,” Danielle said.
“The confidence is there and I hope to get the most out of each experience no matter what the outcome is.”
Samantha Wells and Laura Peel are currently ranked 9th and 11th.
Wells finished third in a World Cup event in December, while Peel - who was the 2015 World Champion has already enjoyed a top-ten result in 2017 after recovering from a serious ankle injury.
Wells believes the results reflect the hard work being put in behind-the-scenes.
“It is fantastic to see our team doing so well. I think it has a lot to do with our coaches working well together and keeping the team dynamics positive.”
Sole male competitor David Morris has also excelled in recent months.
The 32-year-old Sochi silver medalist has achieved two top-ten finishes in his last three events, but believes there is more to come.
“As always I'd like to be doing better, I'd like to get myself on the podium,” he said.
“I've been close but couldn't finish off the final jump to snare a medal. It's been productive so far and that's a positive and I’m just going to keep going and hopefully peak at the right times.”
This weekend’s event provides athletes with the unique opportunity to get a feel for the venue they will compete on in 2018.
“When things are new there's always distractions, and that will all get out of the way for the test event so that next time we return it'll feel more familiar and we'll be able to just get to work because we've done it all before,” Morris said.
The finals will be braodcast live tonight on Eurosport from 9pm (AEDST).