Australia 303 (Head 101, Green 74) and 155 (Carey 48, Wood 6-37) beat England 188 (Cummins 4-45) and 124 (Boland 3-18, Green 3-21, Cummins 3-42) by 146 runs
Australia's seamers ran through England to win the fifth and final Test in Hobart by 146 runs inside three days and seal the Ashes 4-0.
Despite Mark Wood's best efforts to keep his side in the contest with a stunning six-wicket haul to bowl Australia out in their second innings for 155 and contain England's target to 271, the tourist were found sorely wanting as they lost 10 wickets for 56 runs in 22.5 overs.
Rory Burns and Zak Crawley started the chase brightly enough, but once Cameron Green dismissed Burns on the stroke of tea, they collapsed to be all out for 124. Green, who also removed Crawley and Dawid Malan, finished with 3 for 21, while Scott Boland and Pat Cummins also took three wickets apiece.