Sami Kennedy-Sim continued her good form from Races 1 and 2 to take home a silver in race three and the gold on race four.
Fellow Aussie Elizabeth Lambert improved across the weekend, finishing 16th and ninth in race three and four respectively.
The men’s event impressed onlookers, with a host of international skiers lining up against some strong Aussie talent.
The Australian men were unstoppable, taking out five spots in the top 10 in race three: Robbie Morrison third, Anton Grimus sixth, Doug Crawford seventh, Lee Rolls eighth and Alfred Wenk ninth.
Race four saw some similar results for the men, the Aussies again taking out five top ten spots, Robbie Morrison remaining the strongest of the group and improving on his race three results to finish in second place.
Crawford outperformed Grimus taking out sixth position, Grimus seventh, Rolls eighth and Wenk ninth.
Kennedy-Sim said the Hotham track was a good challenge that suited athletes at all levels of the sport.
"It was a good challenge for myself and the other World Cup athletes," Kennedy-Sim said.
Listen to more of Sami's thoughts below: