The best bowling performance in one day matches between Australia and West Indies belong to Winston Davis in a 60 over per side match that lasted two days..
It was the 7th match of group B of 1983 world cup and West Indies were struggling at 160 for 5 from 42 overs when rain halted first day's play. Reserve day was used and Larry Gomes and Faoud Bacchus propelled Caribbean team to solid 252 after being inserted in to bat first. Winston Davis was playing this match cause Malcom Marshall was injured and youngster made most of it, dismissing 7 Australian batsmen and finishing them to only 151, winning the game for his team by 101 runs.
Graeme Wood was retired hurt, Kepller Wessels bowled by Andy Roberts while Rodney Marsh was claimed by Michael Holding while Davis dismissed Kim Hughes, David Hookes, Graham Yallop, Allan Border, Ken Macleay, Geoff Lawson and Denis Lillee.
Davis' performance is stil the 7th best by any bowler in one day cricket.
Tony Gray is only bowler in Australia v West indies one day matches to take a 6 wicket haul, doing it at Queenspark Oval in Port of Spain. 2nd ODI of that 1991 tour it was and Australians were inserted in by captain Vivian Richards and his 2nd change bowler, Tony Gray (right arm fast bowler, played 5 tests & 25 ODI for WI) rattled visitors batting inside out.. dismissing opener Geoff Marsh, Dean Jones, Allan Border and steve Waugh in top order and then ate up tailenders Peter Taylor and Mike Whitney to register his career's best bowling figures.
In terms of fifers, which has been done by over a dozen Aussie or Windies bowlers, Glenn McGrath's economy was the best, bowling 3 maidens and conceeding only 14 runs for 5 scalps and hence, he holds the best one day bowling figure from Australian side against West Indies.