Two-time Shenzhen Open champion Li Na was in town for this year's festivities.
A packed stadium saw Simona Halep take on Timea Bacsinszky in the singles final.
An ecstatic Halep after her 6-2, 6-2 victory earned the Romanian a ninth WTA title.
After the first round, Halep did not surrender more than three games in a set the rest of the tournament.
Lyudmyla and Nadiia Kichenok became the second set of twins to capture a WTA doubles title.
Caroline Wozniacki squared off with fellow superstar Venus Williams in the ASB Classic singles final.
At 34 years and 6 months, Williams was looking to become the fourth-oldest WTA titlist in the Open Era.
Williams' 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 win made her 6-0 against Wozniacki, who did muster a set for the first time.
Williams' 46th WTA singles title was her first since Dubai last February.
Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani cruised in the doubles final for their 22nd WTA doubles title together.
No.2 seed Ana Ivanovic took on No.1 seed Maria Sharapova in a dream Brisbane International singles final.
Sharapova came into this encounter 9-4 against Ivanovic, but had lost two of their last three.
A thrilled Sharapova after closing out her 6-7(4), 6-3, 6-3 triumph for her 34th WTA title.
Sharapova now has won at least one WTA title 13 consecutive years.
Sabine Lisicki and Martina Hingis were all smiles as they secured their second WTA doubles title as a duo.