It won't be willy-nilly but the Wallabies are pledging to bid au revoir to Les Bleus on Saturday with a far more vibrant attacking display after sealing the series with a lacklustre second Test win.
The Wallabies' try-less 6-0 win in Melbourne last Saturday left fans wanting more and skipper Michael Hooper hopes his side can deliver a refreshing encore at Allianz Stadium.
"We want to be playing attacking rugby - three o'clock, sunny weather is perfect for us," Hooper said on Friday.
"Watching your backs run in tries, it's a really happy day for myself and the team.
"Going back to the first game, it was really nice, really positive to see seven tries being scored.
"To go to the next week and not see a single try scored, we've won two ways and we enjoyed winning the way we did in the first game.
"So we'll be looking to run it and looking to impose our game on the French again and that game is scoring tries."
With the series wrapped up, Hooper admits the pressure has eased but victory - and an historic 3-0 series clean sweep - remains the priority in the the Wallabies' final Test before their Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup opener against the All Blacks in August.
"There's definitely the opportunity to challenge ourselves and be really adventurous when we've got the ball in smart positions," he said.
"We don't want to be a team that's just going to throw it from everywhere because that's been proven that you get punished for mistakes in your own end.
"But we'll be looking to definitely try things."
Few teams have the ability to punish opposition like France and halfback Nic White says the Wallabies expect Les Bleus to be at their best on Saturday.
"They've got all the ingredients. When it all clicks together, they're a very dangerous side and that's the type of side we're preparing for this weekend, that's for sure," White said.
"They're as physical as the Africans and at times as skilful as the Kiwis so, when they're on, they've got all the ingredients to show why they're at the business end of a world cup."
Hooper's breakdown battle with French captain and fellow openside flanker Thierry Dusautoir once again looms as key while the Wallabies are expecting big things from giant lock Will Skelton in his much-hyped debut.
The 140kg powerhouse is the biggest player to squeeze into a gold jumper and one of eight NSW Waratahs in the starting line-up for a rare Test match at their Moore Park base.
The Test precedes the Waratahs' Super Rugby clash with White's Brumbies next weekend.
"This is important for guys moving forward with momentum into Super Rugby," White said.
"It's a pretty big week next week and, first and foremost, we want to win this weekend and then you want to go back to Super Rugby and continue that momentum there.
"Guys will want to put their best foot forward when it comes to selection for the big games, which is the Bledisloe.
"There's no hiding it. That's what we want to get back," he said. AAP