The Matildas will head for the upcoming 2018 Women's Asian Cup in Jordan full of confidence after putting five goals past Thailand in their farewell friendly at Perth's nib Stadium on Monday night.
Lisa De Vanna overcame some early jitters to net a double, while 19-year-old Alex Chidiac, Chloe Logarzo and Larissa Crummer also hit the scoresheet in the 5-0 win which was never in doubt.
The farewell game started like the morning did in Perth with a bit of rain to cool everyone off but as Rebecca Duracu blew the whistle to begin the match, the Matildas dominated.
Chidiac opened the scoring for the Matildas after Crummer put a lovely cross into the box in the sixth minute.
GOOOOAL! 19-year-old Alex Chidiac puts the Matildas ahead! 🇭🇲⚽😍 pic.twitter.com/Fb2GCyHiRk— SBS - The World Game (@TheWorldGame) March 26, 2018
It wasn't a great start for Thailand as Duangnapa Sritala, a crucial player for Thailand, went down injured and it didn't get much better at Australia piled on the pressure.
But chance after chance didn't see Australia double their lead.
The Thai defence battened down their line as they tried to control Sam Kerr and De Vanna.
Credit has to go to Thailand's goalkeeper, Waraporn Boonsing, who kept the team in the game with a number of crucial saves.
Local Perth girl, De Vanna wasn't having the best luck with finding the back of the net but after a few close calls, Logarzo put in a cross.
The third goal wasn't far away after De Vanna returned the favour to Logarzo who now has four in her last six matches.
De Vanna added the fourth on 52 minutes, before Crummer rounded out the scoring with 20 minutes to play.
The second half was much more quite for both side as Thailand looked for an opportunity to break down the central defence pairing of Clare Polkinghorne and Alanna Kennedy.
However, it didn't take long for Australia to find their fourth as De Vanna claimed her second of the night.
It did come as a surprise when Sam Kerr and Emily van Egmond were substituted for Ellie Carpenter and Laura Alleway.
The Matildas continued to dominate the game and were rewarded for their efforts with a fifth and final goal which came in weird circumstances as the cross into the box saw the ball come off Kennedy and onto Larissa Crummer.
Thailand had some great chances to find the back of the net but the final touch and perfect pass weren't coming easy.
It was a good win for the Matildas as they head to Jordan in two weeks time for the Asian Cup.
Australia 5 (Chidiac 6', De Vanna 42', 52', Lorgarzo 44', Crummer 72')