Jacob Clear and Murray Stewart won the first race of the day with victory in the mens K2 1000 final.
The K4 1000 London gold medallists dominated the final on the back of a fast start out of the gates and were never headed winning in 3:19.19.
Sunshine Coast paddler Bill Bain and fellow U23 star Glenn Rypp combined to place second 4.84 seconds behind the winning pair.
Bayswater’s Daniel Bowker and Gold Coast’s Jordan Wood finished third.
London Olympic teenage pair Jake Donaghey and Alex Haas raced against the clock in the men’s C2 1000 crossing the line in 4:03.95.
It was a decent time for the pair who finished third in the B Final in the same event in London last year.
Bernadette Wallace and Naomi Flood streaked clear of the field to win the women’s K2 500 final in 1:47.93.
The win continued the duos successful 2013 season to date which included victory in the K2 1000 at World Cup 2 in Racice, Czech Republic last month.
Experienced duo Hannah Davis and Alana Nicholls finished second, 2.37 seconds behind the winning time.
U23 paddler Amy Peters combined with Hungarian Tamara Csipes who has been training with the Australian girls on the Gold Coast to place third.
In the 200m events, Canning River kayaker Steve Bird won a closely fought battle in the men’s K1 200 final with just 0.68 seconds separating the top five.
Bird won in 37.09, 0.53 seconds ahead of Ken Wallace, with Bird’s K2 200 partner Jesse Phillips on return from injury placing third 0.07 seconds behind Wallace.
In the Paracanoe events experienced trio Kara Kennedy (A), Brock Ingram (LTA) and Glenn Pyne (TA) won their respective K1 200 classes.
Newcomers Amanda Drennan (LTA) and Colin Sieders (A) also recorded victories.
In the open women’s K1 200 MC final Drennan was the first to cross the finish in 1:03.36 to take out the LTA class.
Kennedy placed second 5.23 seconds behind Drennan to win arms only class, 0.17 seconds ahead of LTA competitor Melissa Bussenschutt of West Lakes.
Ingram dominated the men’s K1 200 MC final winning in 45.06 to win the LTA class, 3.75 seconds ahead of Peter Nipperess.
Pyne finished third to take out the TA class in 52.77, while Sieders was fourth in 58.15.
After a short break racing resumed in the afternoon with the men’s C1 200 final.
The final pitted exciting Brothers Canoe Club pair Haas and Donaghey in a race off with Haas winning the duel in 46.22, 1.15 seconds ahead of his fellow Queenslander.
Donaghey was later disqualified for an underweight boat.
The Paracanoe paddlers then returned to the water with Pyne edging Paralympic rowing medallist John Maclean by half a boat length to win the V1 200 in 100.61,
Kennedy continued her excellent form in the Paracanoe arms only class winning V1 200 final in 1:22.38.
On the back of a powerful start, Nicholls won the women’s K1 200 final in 43.70, 0.31 seconds ahead of Wallace who edged Flood for second place.
Success continued for the Western Australians over 200 metres with Bird backing up his K1 200 triumph with victory alongside Phillips in the K2 200.
The London Olympic pair paddled with confidence, pulling away on the back of the great start to win by more than a boat length.
Wallace and Lachlan Tame combined to finish second 1.42 seconds behind the winning time of 33.17.
The final two K4 events featured U23 paddlers only.
A composite crew consisting of Peters, Catherine McArthur, Stacey Higgins and Coco Howcroft won a time trial over 500, crossing the finish line in 1:46.13.
In the final event of the day, the men’s K4 1000 was won by Scott Smith, Glenn Rypp, Bill Bain and Jordan Wood in 3:12.35, 2.46 seconds ahead of the South Australian composite crew of Zac Ryan, Luke Haniford, Callum Dunn and Todd Brewer.
World Championships team announcement will be made later today.