Australia's Cassiel Rousseau produced an incredible final dive score of 103.90 to seal Commonwealth gold in the men's 10m platform final.
The 21-year-old's astonishing finale, a forward four-and-a-half somersaults with tuck, ensured he beat the consistent Canadian Rylan Wiens by just 8.50 points.
Rousseau's total for his six dives was a remarkable 501.30.
"That was one of the top two dives that I’ve ever done in my life," Rousseau said.
“As soon as I hit the water, I knew I was going to get some high marks.
"For Australia, I feel like I’ve done them pretty proud, and for myself and my mum. That’s pretty much the top three I want to do proud.
“My grandfather won a gold medal at the [Melbourne] Olympics in 1956, competing for France. So hopefully I can at least try and get a medal [at Paris 2024].
"Hopefully I will do him proud - and did him proud today.”
That was one of the top two dives that I’ve ever done in my life
England's Matty Lee - who won synchronised 10m platform gold with Noah Williams on Friday - had himself delivered a sensational final dive which scored 99.90 and ensured he won the bronze medal.
Williams was unable to claim his second medal of the Games, finishing down in seventh.
Australia won another gold in the women's 3m springboard final as Maddison Keeney came out on top.
Keeney's total of 348.95 put her clear of Malaysia's Nur Binto Sabri, who won silver, and bronze medallist Mia Vallee of Canada.
After adding to Saturday's women's synchronised 3m springboard title, Keeney said: “They are both equally important in different ways for me.
"The synchro one, four years ago - where I failed a dive and we ended up coming last when we were in a good position to win a medal - to winning it yesterday, is really a testament to how far we’ve come, not only as a pair but by myself.
"This one because I’ve been injured and out of the pool and out of competition for a couple of years. I’m still injured but thought I’d give it a crack."