After Canada scored early, it was Australia who dominated the match as they went on to defeat Canada 33-7 in the semifinal. 

The win came after a close call in the Pool match against Fiji with both teams on 5-5 at halftime before Charlotte Caslick scored with 22 seconds left on the clock for Australia to continue their unbeaten streak.

Departing coach Tim Walsh said the team did exactly what they were asked against Canada.

"We were more decisive and precise in our decision making and movement," he said.

"It is pleasing to beat a world class team pretty convincingly," Walsh added.

Australia is undefeated since the start of the World Sevens Series in Dubai and continued their impressive performance at the Sydney event where they not only crowned winners but did not concede a single try. 

However, they face the reigning Women's Sevens Series Champions New Zealand in the gold medal match.

Australia and New Zealand faced each other in the Sydney Women's Sevens event as Australia came away with a 31-0 win. 

Portia Woodman will be the player to watch for Australia.

She is the current leading try scorer in the Sevens Series and has scored seven tries at the Games so far.

"She's been outstanding since she started playing rugby," Walsh said

"Nullifying her means someone else will be exposed so each player has to do their job individually," he added.

In the other semifinal, New Zealand came away victorious with a 26-5 win over England to book their place in the gold medal match.

Australia face trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand in the Final at 2:39pm.