Trailing leaders Canada by eight strokes going into the final round and sitting in fourth place, the Australians closed with a superb final round team total of 10-under par to claim victory by two strokes at 13-under for the championship.
Badhwar and Kato both closed with final round 67s (-4), Goss finished with a 69 (-2) and Murdaca 71 (E) to seal Australia's first win at the championship. The previous best finish was a tie for third in 2007 and 2008.
Overnight leaders Canada finished tied with Japan in second place at 11-under with the USA in fourth at 10-under par.
Queensland's Viraat Badhwar won the tournament's individual title, finishing at 12-under par following rounds of 72-68-65-67 on the par 71 6,846 yard course.