The cycling finished inside the Anna Meares velodrome on Saturday with Annaliese Hodge claiming two bronze medals and Nathan Broeren one bronze.
In both Hodge's events, the individual pursuit and and time trial, Great Britain's Lauren Booth and Kiera Byland finished 1-2. In the individual pursuit, Hodge edged out Russian Irina Nikitina in the bronze medal match up, while she finished five seconds behind Booth's time of 39.875, Byland taking silver.
“All my family from Queensland, Sydney, and Melbourne have come up to Queensland to support me which is great,” said Hodge who also found motivation to ride faster in their cheers.
Broeren faced off against France's Leo Collet, losing the first heat, but just edged out the Frenchman in the second and third heats to take bronze.
In the road racing earlier in the week, Hodge also claimed bronze in the pair's team time trial with Chloe Turner and behind Great Britain and Russia.
Nathan Glarvey and Nathan Broeren grabbed silver in the men's time trial pairs while Chitharthan Thirumaran and Neel Yadav rounded out the podium.
Broeren rode on to claim bronze in the 60.5km road race, sharing the podium with Erick Javier Saranga Tufio (Ecuador) and Jeremy Teixeria Pereira (France).