The Law Council of Australia is the legal profession's national body and does not have any role in admission matters, which are the responsibility of the Law Societies and Bar Associations in each State and Territory.
Because Australia is a federation of States and Territories, persons wishing to seek admission in Australia should contact the Bar Association or Law Society in the State(s) or Territory(ies) in which they think they may like to practise, and ask for detailed up-to-date information on admission requirements. A list of Bar Associations and Law Societies can be found at by following this link.
Having obtained information from Bars or Law Societies, a person wishing to be admitted in Australia must apply to the relevant admitting authority(ies). A list of the admitting authorities can be found by following this link.