The Bikebiz Kawasaki rider was the fastest ProStock 1000 rider during Friday's qualifying and then came out charging in race one, taking top honours on his Ninja ZX-10R for his class and crossing the line in 5th overall after 4 Superbikes.
Condon was on the podium again for Saturday's race 2 taking 3rd for his class and then another win in the 3rd and final race on sunday gave him overall victory in the ProStock class.
Kawasaki riders filled 2 positions on the final ProStock podium with Ben Henry finishing in 2nd overall with 2-2-3 results.
Combined with his ProStock1000 win at the World Superbike Championship, Sean Condon has now won the 2 round Phillip Island Championship. Fellow Kawasaki rider Mike Jones finished 3rd overall in this Superbike class in the same 2 round series.
A happy Sean Condon, remarked, "It feels awesome to win! I broke my own lap record in Sunday's final race so I can't be happier. The Ninja ZX-10R was awesome and I'd really like to thank my family, everyone at Bikebiz and the team at Kawasaki."