Para world gold for Australian women

Vanessa Low has won her first major medal as an Australia athlete

Madison de Rozario and Vanessa Low have added two more gold medals to Australia's haul at the World Para Athletics Championships.

De Rozario took out the 800m (T53) final while Low's success in the long jump (T61-63) to add to the four gold medals won by Australian men during the first five days of competition in Dubai.

Australia are in the top five of the medal table with six gold, four silver and five bronze after six days of action.

The two other Australian medals on day six were bronze to wheelchair racer Eliza Ault-Connell in the 400m (T54) - after a break of 12 years to start a family - and Rhiannon Clarke in the 100m (T38).

De Rozario, who collected the 1500m silver on Monday night, was not to be denied a night later after a pep talk from her coach, Australian para great Louise Sauvage.

"The 800 is a tricky one as you don't have a lot of time and you sometimes second-guess your decisions... I saw a gap which was a little earlier in the kick than I would normally do... but I committed and finished strong," de Rozario said.

She took the lead at the bell and held off Switzerland's took Catherine Debrunner and China's Zhou Hongzhuan to win in one minute 52.15 seconds.

Low's previous world and Paralympic medals were under the German flag - making this gold her first since receiving her Australian citizenship in July 2017.

"Bringing home the gold for my new country was really amazing," she said.

Low's fifth jump of 4.68 metres was the decisive effort - short of her world record for double leg amputees of 5.05m but still 27cm further than silver medallist Gitta Haenen from Belgium.

Clarke, making her Australian team debut, secured her first international medal in a personal best time of 12.94.