The Aussies finished their pool matches with a 22-7 win over Canada, 31-19 defeat of Ireland and a 43-10 finish over Spain.

"It's been a really good day, across the board everyone has been really strong," Charlotte Caslick told World Rugby Sevens media.

"Out impact off the bench has been awesome all day so I think everyone is feeling really good and eager for tomorrow," she said.

Australia faced home side Canada up first today and got off to the perfect start.

Emma Tonegato scored her 18th try of the series to give Australia the lead in the opening two minutes of the game before Canada threatened Australia's line.

With seconds remaining in the first half, Canada was camped a metre from the line when the Australians turned the ball over but Tonegato and youngest Yasmin Meakes ensured the series leaders had an unassailable lead.

Canada were able to pull a try back though but there was not enough time, despite a better second half from the home side, to claw their way back into the game.

"Playing Canada at home was awesome and the crowd were really behind them and it was a great experience to play them," Caslick said.

"It was tough, as it always is against Canada, but it was great to get the win and it really set the standard for our tournament," she added.

Australia play Fiji in their quarterfinal clash early tomorrow morning.