Most universities offer Alternative Entry Schemes for Indigenous applicants who are not able to gain admission through direct entry.
Preparatory and enabling programs are for students who need to build up their skills before entering uni through direct entry or alternative entry schemes.
Bridging courses are usually for students who have gained entry to their course but need to complete or refresh particular subjects to be eligible to enrol.
Every Australian university has staff you can talk to about getting into university and making sure you can set yourself up to succeed.
Every Australian university has a scholarships office and/or staff who can help you understand what is on offer, how to apply, and how to maximise your chances of a successful application.