As members of the England One-Day side watched on at Loughborough University, Australia's batters hit a warning shot ahead of their Ashes campaign.
Australia secured a 68-run win in its second and final warm-up match ahead of the opening match of the Ashes on Tuesday in Leicester.
The Aussies posted 5-337 with captain Meg Lanning leading the way with an impressive half-century and cruised to a 68-run win over the England Academy team.
Ash Gardner was also in the mix of the top performers with her 31-ball innings of 59no that featured five sixes while Alyssa Healy also made the half-century mark during the warm-up match.
Heading into the first ODI, all Australian batters in the top seven have made at least 50 runs.
Gardner said those results are a confidence booster going
"It helps to have warm-up games in these conditions and knowing that we that we have scored runs and have a good total on the board always helps going into that first ODI," she said.
"We're all in a really good headspace and are thinking positively going to that first ODI."
Australia traveled to Lecister on Saturday and will continue preparations ahead of their first ODI.
July 2: First ODI, Grace Road, Leicester
July 4: Second ODI, Grace Road, Leicester
July 7: Third ODI, St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury