The Commonwealth Bank Pararoos have closed out their IFPFC World Cup with a spirited 2-1 victory over Germany in Salou, Spain on Saturday.
After three positive performances unfortunately ended in defeat, the latest coming in a heartbreaking penalty shootout against Canada, Australia were determined to bounce back - and they did exactly that.
Despite Germany taking the lead early in the second half, two familiar faces in Connor Bunce and substitute Daniel Campbell popped up to turn the tides in the Green and Gold's favour.
Watch the full match in the player below (Or Australia's goals at 1:03:15 & 1:16:06)
In an even first half, both sides fought hard but were unable to break the deadlock.
Early in the second, however, it was Germany who struck the first blow with a wonderfully-worked move that saw Bjorn Kirchgessner tap home into an empty net.
But not halted by falling behind, the Pararoos started to build up some momentum and eventually struck back in spectacular fashion.
Connor Bunce did it all on his own, striding forward and cutting in on his lethal left boot to unleash a stunning strike that cannoned into the top corner.
Motivated by Bunce's brilliance, Australia continued to push forward and inside the final ten minutes found what would turn out to be the winner.
Tuesday's hat-trick hero Daniel Campbell was introduced off the bench and soon found himself played in behind by Benny Roche, cooly slotting home and sparking jubilant Australian celebrations.
During a lengthy stoppage time period the Pararoos resisted some strong Germany pressure, and introduced inspirational skipper David Barber for his 104th international appearance - drawing him level with Chris Pyne as Australia's most-capped CP Football international.
The final whistle would blow moments later, leaving Australia to celebrate a 2-1 victory that saw them finish in 11th at this year's tournament.