Teenager Alethea Sedgman won Australia's first shooting gold medal of the Delhi Games with victory in the women's 50m rifle three positions event.
The 16-year-old scored 676.0 to win from Singaporean duo Xiang Ser (672.6) and Aqilah Sudhir (671.3).
Australian shooters Bruce Quick and David Chapman won bronze in the men's 25 metre rapid fire pistol pairs event.
It was host nation India that won the event on 1162 points, ahead of Malaysia (1144) and the Aussie duo on 1125. With bronze Quick has now won a career tally of 14 Commonwealth Games medals.
Russell Mark missed out on a medal in the men's double trap event, finishing fifth in the six-man final.
Australia's Eloise Amberger and Sarah Bombell have taken out bronze in the synchronised swimming duet event, finishing on 79.000 points behind Canada (95.167 points) and England (89.334).
Australian Tarren Otte just missed out on a medal in the women's Solo final, finishing fourth.
Australian pair Greg Jones and Matt Ebden both moved through to the last four in the men's singles after a contrasting quarter-final wins on Thursday.
Jones had a comfortable 6-3, 6-2 win over James Ward while Ebden came from a set down to beat Englishman Josh Goodall 6-7, 6-1, 7-6.
Second seed Peter Luczak also progressed to the last four late on Thursday to ensure Australia will win a medal in the men's singles.
Sally Peers and Anastasia Rodionova are through to the semis in the women's singles after both had easy straight sets wins over Anna Smith (England) and Heather Watson (Grenada) respectively.
Sean Wroe, Joel Milburn and Ben Offereins have proved they aren't missing John Steffenson after the Aussie trio all progressed to the semi-finals of the men's 400m event at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
Australian Hamish MacDonald won a bronze medal in the men's F32/34/52 shot put for elite athletes with a disability.
The 36-year-old just finished ahead of compatriot Damien Bowen into third after a best throw of 9.92m.
Ben Turner has won Australia's second weightlifting medal of the Games by taking out silver in the men's 77kg division.
The event was won by Nauru's Yukio Peter, with Indian Sudhir Kumar taking bronze.
Australia have maintained their unbeaten start to the tournament downing Jamiaca 60-46.
The Diamonds overcame a slow start, trailing by two goals at quarter time, before their class shone through.
Victory means they are unlikely to meet fierce rivals New Zealand until at least the final.
Australian duo Andrew Maloney (light-flyweight) and Ibrahim Balla (bantamweight) both booked their spots in the second round of the boxing competition with wins on Thursday.
Maloney accounted for Paul Kava, stopping the Solomon Islands fighter less than two minutes into the bout.
Balla was pushed all the way by Lesotho's Thabiao Nketu, but defeated his more experienced opponent on points after three rounds.
Emily Bensted has won Australia's first ever Commonwealth Games women's wrestling medal, taking silver in the 55kg freestyle division.
Australia's men's pairs lawn bowls team kept their unbeaten run in the preliminary rounds going with a comfortable win over Botswana.
The men's pairing of Aron Sherriff and Mark Berghofer made it six wins on the trot in Delhi with a 17-2, 17-1 win.
It was bad news for the women's triples though who suffered a shock loss to winless Niue in a tiebreaker 10-6 2-21 2-1.
Australia has bowed out of both the men's and women's table tennis teams competition in Delhi on Thursday.
The men were bundled out in the quarters by Nigeria while the women were also knocked out of medal contention by the host nation by 3-1.
Australian David Palmer was a surprise elimination in the men's singles quarter-finals after a tough 9-11 8-11 11-5 11-8 11-5 loss to England's James Willstrop.
A brilliant second half display saw the Kookaburras romp to a well deserved 5-2 win over host nation India at the Major Dhyan Chand Stadium on Thursday.