Steve Smith ended the Ashes series with a tally of 774 runs while Pat Cummins picked up 29 wickets in the series
Steve Smith has scored 671 runs in the five innings he has played so far in the Ashes 2019 series.
Victory ensured Australia kept hold of the Ashes at 2-1 up with one to play in the five-Test campaign.
Steve Smith's remorseless run-glut continued as he made 82 - his lowest score this series - in Australia's second innings 186/6 declared.
Pat Cummins admitted that Tim Paine's arrival in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal had forced a rethink about Australia's approach to the game.
Graeme Hick, Brad Haddin picked a 12-member Australian side that will compete against each other ahead of the squad announcement for the Ashes 2019.
South Africa, semi-finalists of the 2015 World Cup, have not been able to live up to expectations and are currently eighth on the points table, only above the West Indies and Afghanistan.
The defending champions will look to finish at the top of the points table while South Africa will be looking to end their campaign on a high.
Australia have just lost one match, against India, in the World Cup 2019 league matches so far.
Australia took inspiration from their World War I memorial site visit ahead of the World Cup 2019.
Australia have not won an Ashes series in England since 2001. A new Dukes ball with a less pronounced seam has been in use this season.
Sydney Morning Herald reported on Friday that Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon all intended to pull out of the fourth Test if David Warner was not removed.
Australia first beat India 2-0 in the two-match T20 Series and have now pulled off a 3-2 series win after being 0-2 down.
Team India now lead the five-match series 2-0 with the third ODI slated for Friday in Ranchi.
Pat Cummins was the most consistent bowler for Australia in their clean sweep victory against Sri Lanka.
Pat Cummins said the incident was "just one of those things that happens in cricket."
At stumps, Sri Lanka were 123 for three in reply to Australia's 534/5.