Ferrari technical director Pat Fry says the team have a "reasonable development plan going" for the opening few races of 2013.
Formula One has always been about a development throughout the season and teams that are able to make changes - no matter how small or big - during the year often come out on top at the end of the campaign.
The Scuderia are leaving no stone unturned this year when it comes to taking various upgrades to the races, especially after they had one or two problems in that area during the previous season.
"We haven't quite got all the bits here, and there is some stuff coming through," Fry is quoted as saying by Autosport.
"It will be challenging testing things at a track that is not used that often, so we have to see. There are more bits coming through for Melbourne, more for Malaysia and a bigger upgrade for China - so we have a reasonable development plan going."
Ferrari struggled with development last year with their technical department blaming problems with their windtunnel.
However, those issues appear to have been sorted out as the correlation between its CFD and windtunnel work and their progress in track are pretty similar.
"Last year we made some fundamental mistakes which we have learned from," Fry said.
"I think this test for us has been good; what we have developed in CFD and the wind tunnel, it is delivering on the track.
"You never have 100 per cent correlation but it is pretty good. It helps us give more confidence that the developments we bring to the race will hopefully move us ahead on the day."
He added: "We have had some reasonable good results here. We know what is working in the CFD/tunnel is starting to deliver on track so it is a good sign for Melbourne and for our development path through the year."