HOBART (Australia) (Agencies) For the third straight Test, Hauritz bowled Australia to victory in the final innings as he took 3-30 off 17 overs to help dismiss the tourists for 206 on Monday. The off-spinners efforts, including a wicket with his first ball of the final day, booked a 231-run victory and a 3-0 series result. Michael Clarke swoops at first slip to dismiss Sarfraz Ahmed. Its the fourth consecutive three-Test series between the two countries which Australia have whitewashed. The 12-straight wins equals Sri Lankas record of most consecutive Test victories against an opponent, in their case lowly Bangladesh. Bustling paceman Peter Siddle returned to form in Hobart by taking 3-25 from 15.2 hostile overs, and delivered last rites by clean bowling tailender Danish Kaneria. Hauritz finished with six wickets for the match and 18 for the series at a fine average of 23. He ended the dogged resistance of Pakistan pair Khurram Manzoor (77) and Mohammad Aamer (30) who batted together for almost two hours, giving the tourists hope Tasmanias changeable weather might come to their rescue. Manzoors six-hour stay finished when he edged a cut shot off Hauritz for a sharp catch by wicketkeeper Brad Haddin. Never in the hunt for an improbable 438 for victory, Pakistan added 65 runs to their overnight score of 4-103 in the morning session but lost Shoaib Malik (19) and rookie wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed (5) on the way. Ricky Pontings team could have easily had four wickets in the slow-moving session with Manzoor and Aamer both fortunate to survive run-out chances as mix-ups continued to plague the visitors. Manzoor was 25 when Michael Clarke missed an underarm throw at the non-strikers end with the batsman metres away from his ground. Aamer was given the benefit of the doubt by third umpire Billy Doctrove, after several replays, when a widish Mike Hussey throw saw Brad Haddin dislodge the bails as he just made the crease. Siddle bowled wonderfully on the final day and started the ball rolling for Australia with the wicket of Malik, caught behind, off the 11th ball of the day. Hauritz dismissed Sarfraz with his first ball of the day after the Pakistan batsman played for some turn and edged onto the glove of Brad Haddin, presenting Clarke with a lucky juggled catch off his boot. SCOREBOARD AUSTRALIA, first innings: 519 (Ponting 209, Clarke 166) PAKISTAN, first innings: 301 (Salman Butt 101) AUSTRALIA, second innings: 219 (Katich 100, Ponting 89) PAKISTAN, second innings: (target: 438 runs) Farhat c Haddin b Siddle 14 Salman Butt b Bollinger 8 Khurram c Haddin b Hauritz 77 Yousuf lbw b Watson 23 Umar Akmal lbw b Watson 15 Malik c Haddin b Siddle 19 Sarfraz c Clarke b Hauritz 5 Mohammad Aamer not out 30 Gul c Clarke b Hauritz 0 Asif b Johnson 0 Kaneria b Siddle 1 EXTRAS: (b 10, lb 3, nb 1) 14 TOTAL: (all out; 86.2 overs) 206 Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Salman Butt, 4.6 ov), 2-29 (Imran Farhat, 9.6 ov), 3-61 (Mohammad Yousuf, 19.1 ov), 4-83 (Umar Akmal, 25.2 ov), 5-104 (Shoaib Malik, 36.1 ov), 6-123 (Sarfraz Ahmed, 47.1 ov), 7-189 (Khurram Manzoor, 78.5 ov), 8-191 (Umar Gul, 80.4 ov), 9-192 (Mohammad Asif, 81.4 ov), 10-206 (Danish Kaneria, 86.2 ov) BOWLING DE Bollinger 13-4-31-1-2.38 PM Siddle 15.2-7-25-3-1.63 MG Johnson 21-4-59-1-2.80 SR Watson 17-4-38-2-2.23 NM Hauritz 17-6-30-3-1.76 (1nb) SM Katich 3-1-10-0-3.33 Match details: Toss: Australia Series: Australia won the 3-match series 3-0 Player of the match: RT Ponting (Australia) Player of the series: SR Watson (Australia) Umpires: EAR de Silva (Sri Lanka) and RE Koertzen (South Africa) TV umpire: BR Doctrove (West Indies) Match referee: RS Madugalle (Sri Lanka) Reserve umpire: RJ Tucker