Steven Bradbury (L) helped the men's 5000m speed skating relay team claim bronze in Lillehammer, Australia's very first Winter Olympics medal.
Steggall claimed Australia's first-ever individual medal in Nagano in the women's slalom.
Bradbury famously came from last place to win the men's 1000m speed skating in Salt Lake City when all of his rivals wiped out on the final bend. It was Australia's first gold in Winter Olympics history.
Camplin won the first of her two medals with gold in the aerials in Salt Lake City.
Camplin backed it up with bronze four years later in Turin.
Begg-Smith won the third gold medal in Australia's history in the moguls in Turin.
Begg-Smith fell just short of back-to-back gold when he won silver in Vancouver.
Lassila followed in Camplin's footsteps with gold in the aerials in Vancouver.
Bright made the Vancouver Games a historic one for Australia, winning gold in the halfpipe.
Bright won her second medal with silver in Sochi.
Lassila also won silver in Sochi.
Morris made 2014 Australia's most successful games with silver in the aerials.