It was for a Innovation patent which is the equivalent of a provisional patent with the USPTO.
"NOTE: This Innovation Patent cannot be enforced unless and until it has been examined by the
Commissioner of Patents and a Certificate of Examination has been issued. See sections 120(1A)
and 129A of the Patents Act 1990, set out on the reverse of this document."
On 10/26/2017 - the document filed stated:
"Dear WRAYS PTY LTD,
Thank you for your request, received on 12 July 2017, to convert standard patent application number 2015369546 to an innovation patent application.
I am pleased to advise that your request has been allowed and the new innovation patent application number is 2015101908. Please quote this number in any future correspondence regarding this application."
Now would you like to discuss the Australian patent in greater detail?
Here you go:
"An innovation patent is only legally enforceable if it has been examined by us and found to meet the requirements of the Patents Act 1990, and has been certified."