The Flying Fijians had their first training run in Melbourne on Monday ahead of this weekend's one-off test against Australia at AAMI Park.
At 17 degrees, it was somewhat chillier than what the local players were used to but head coach John McKee said as long as it stayed dry they were not worried what the temperature was.
The coaching staff have been analysing the Wallabies team and their gameplan/tactics from previous tours.
John McKee said that for now the team would focus on their defence to shut their opponents down and not give them any opportunities.
Flying Fijians skipper Akapusi Qera said the first session had set a good tone for the week.
"I am really impressed with the boys and the effort they put in with their energy level and concentration today," he said.
"We met our defence coach for the first time today and his first impression on us was really good. The boys reacted well to it and we managed to start off the training well and finish well as expected.
"Going into the game against Australia this weekend, our main focus is to maintain our discipline and we know that they have good kickers and three points is vital for winning and losing a game.
"For us our main goal is discipline and to play our own game, our Fiji style that we are well known for and enjoy it."
Qera added that the weather conditions should not be an excuse for the team as they were there to do a job.
Following this weekend's test, Fiji will host Italy and Scotland on home soil, prior to Rugby World Cup qualifying tests against Tonga and Samoa in July.