Eade was born in the Upper North Shore of Sydney suburb of Wahroonga but a home Commonwealth Games is an exciting prospect for the 20-year-old. 

"It's so exciting, I have no other words. It's just phenomenal," she said.

"I competed at the Melbourne World Cup just recently and I was shocked at the crowd, just competing at a World Cup in Melbourne, it was amazing.

"I went out and I presented and everyone was screaming and I was like - oh my god," Eade said. 

Just recently at the Melbourne World Cup Eade won first place with her floor routine and eighth in the uneven bars.

She will be looking for a repeat of her floor performance when competition begins on Friday with the Women's Team Final and Individual Qualification. 

"I don't want to set the bar too high for myself because this is my first massive international competition, but I would really like to go out and hit all my routines and feel like I've done really well," Eade said.

"Regardless of the outcome, as long as I've hit all my routines, then I'll be really happy with myself."

Eade will compete in compete in seven events throughout the Games.