The wins were achieved on the back of four well-executed competition jumps, with her Day Two performance particularly impressive with a two jump score of 187.96, almost 20 points clear of second place.
Scott was joined on the podium on Day One by her Flying Kangaroos teammate and current World Champion, Laura Peel, who finished third in her first event since March 2015. In the second event Laura finished in sixth place.
Samantha Wells had two top ten results, with a fifth place Day Two performance being the highlight.
Olympic Silver Medallist David Morris elected not to compete, as he manages some minor injuries early in the season.
Flying Kangaroo development athletes Britt George, Abbey Wilcox and Harrison Tulberg all made their competition debuts coached by Olympian and Victorian Institute of Sport Technical Coach Bree Munro. The three athletes all had near perfect scores in their back layout and back tuck single backflip jumps. Britt George was the highest placed with a 14th finish in the second event.
The opening World Cup event will take place in Beida Lake, China, on December 16-17.
PHOTO: Danielle Scott (middle) and Laura Peel (right) on the podium in Finland