In the final event of the day Wallace won gold in the gruelling K1 5000 event.
The reigning World Champion was too strong winning in 20:53.033, 1.212 seconds ahead of Portuguese paddler Fernando Pimenta.
German Max Hoff collected the bronze 1.492 seconds behind Wallace.
19 year old Gold Coast kayaker Jordan Wood paddled beyond his years to finish an impressive ninth.
Earlier in the day Wallace won bronze in the K1 500 A final.
Only half a second separating the top three placegetters with Hungarian Bence Dombvari winning the gold in 1:39.255, 0.392 seconds ahead of Czech giant Josef Dostal.
Wallace came in third 0.532 seconds behind Dombvari.
Wood finished second in the K1 1000 B final.
NSWIS pair Jo Brigden-Jones and Naomi Flood, Western Australian Jaime Roberts and Bernadette Wallace of Queensland combined to finish seventh in the K4W 500 A final.
The Australian quartet finished 2.624 seconds behind China who won the gold in 1:35.590.
Just 25 minutes after racing the K4 final, Brigden-Jones backed up for the K1W 200 A final.
The 26 year old struggled with the short turnaround finishing ninth, 2.108 seconds behind World Champion Lisa Carrington.
The Kiwi continued her World Cup winning streak recording a time of 40.385 to finish 0.764 seconds ahead of Poland kayaker Marta Walczykiewicz.
Fellow Polish paddler Karolina Naja collected the bronze medal just 0.028 seconds further back.
Newly formed K2 pairing Cat McArthur and Alyce Burnett did well reach the K2W 200 A final finishing ninth.
The U23 duo were no match for the German’s who edged Serbia and Hungary for the gold medal.
Lachlan Tame produced his best World Cup performance to date finishing fourth in the K1 200 B final.
The Avoca Beach product finished 1.076 seconds behind Swedish kayaker Petter Ostrom who took the win in 36.169.
The K1 200 National champion will be looking at building on this result at the second ICF Sprint World Cup next week in the Czech Republic.
The second ICF Sprint World Cup will be held in Racice, Czech Republic from 16-18 May.