Australia's auction market continued to shine this week, with more homes up for grabs, according to the latest figures from CoreLogic.

A total of 1,633 homes were taken to auction this week, higher than last week's 1,533. Capital cities recorded an overall clearance rate of 75.7%, still above last week's final success rate of 72.3%.

"Although the final clearance rate across the combined capitals will revise lower as remaining results are collected, it will likely hold above 70% for the 5th consecutive week," CoreLogic analyst Caitlin Fono said.

On an annual basis, this week’s auction volume was lower, down from 1,983 during the same period last year. The current overall clearance rate, on the other hand, was higher than last year's 51.8%.

Melbourne continued to lead all capital cities in terms auction volumes, with 824 homes being taken to auction. The city recorded a preliminary clearance rate of 75.7%. In terms of clearance rates, Sydney recorded the highest at 80.3%.

The table below shows how each capital city performed this week: