The Socceroos World Cup preparations suffered an embarrassing hit in Brasillia on Saturday as they fell to the 2014 hosts 6-0 on Saturday afternoon.
It was a dominant performance from Brazil in front of their home crowds with Jo being particularly dangerous while four others scored for Brazil.
It took just eight minutes for Brazil to hit the lead as Jo made a quick run down the left, beating Ryan McGowan to cross for Bernard who hit the post with his shot only for Jo to tap home the opening goal.
Australia were completely out played throughout the match but managed to hold off until the 34th minute until a poor pass from Brett Holman allowed Bernard to take possession and run down the right before crossing to Jo who was left wide open and seal his brace.
Just one minute later Brazil made it three as Neymar got through the Australian defense and beat mark Schwarzer in a one-on-one that finished the scoring for the half.
The second half saw Brazil continue to dominate and they made it four as Maxwell crossed in for Ramires to keep Australia well and truly out of the match.
Just one minute later Ramires could well have made it five as he was able to get a shot away and he hit the post allowing Australia to clear.
The fifth goal did come in the 72nd minute as Neymar and Hernanes managed a solid give-and-go for Neymar to sent the ball back to Alexandro Pato to hit a powerful strike low in to the net.
Brazil used some amazing passing to tear Australia apart to manage their sixth goal as the passing allowed Luis Gustavo the space to hit a powerful goal that left Schwarzer with no chance.
The result will not make Australia intimidating in the 2014 World Cup but they have a chance in October when they take on France.