The team of 15 athletes from High Flyers Trampoline and Gymnastics Academy travelled to Victoria in September with two coaches, a judge and six parents for the 2015 Australian National Clubs Carnival.
The carnival was the first time Gymnastics Australia combined all gym sports into one 11-day festival.
High Flyers trampoline program coordinator Elliot Stratton said their sports team had a fantastic event.
�Competing even with a smaller team than previous competitions, we managed to secure fifth place in Australia�s club rankings,� he said.
�The performances from all athletes in all divisions were fantastic, however special mention must go to the 12 athletes who made it into 17 finals at the competition � from these 17 finals we achieved six medals.�
Gold medal winners included two double mini trampoline athletes � Andrew Sumner in the level 6 men�s event and Connor Dique in the level 8 men�s event.
Sumner also won bronze in the level 7 men�s trampoline event, and Cleo Thornett won silver in the level 8 women�s double mini trampoline event.
Another two athletes placed third in their events � Travis Kikalis (level 5 men�s double mini trampoline) and Jack Petrie (level 9/10 mens trampoline).
�Sumner finalled in all three of the divisions he competed in, finishing a very respectable fifth in the level 5 men�s tumbling event,� Stratton said.
Eight athletes also competed in a world championship and national squad trial event in Bendigo, hitting five qualifying scores.
Stratton said they would find out later this year whether they were selected to represent Australia.