The result is an improvement from the previous week on the same course, where he placed 26th after crashing on his first run.
Ferlazzo made a great start in this event, recording an impressive eighth fastest first run with a time of 49.021 seconds.
His second run was ranked 18th for the round in a time of 49.331, giving him a two run combined time of 1:38.352, 0.764 seconds behind event winner Max Langenhan of Germany.
Just prior to the World Cup event, Ferlazzo also created history as the first Australian to win a luge Nation's Cup event, which was also the second Nation's Cup podium of his career.
Ferlazzo has now taken the lead in the overall ranking of the Nations Cup after five of nine races.