Many Australian universities accept TOEFL scores as an alternative to IELTS. Make sure to check the minimum required scores for the program you're interested in.
PTE Academic is another English language proficiency test accepted by many Australian universities. Check if the program you're applying to accepts PTE scores and what the minimum scores are.
Cambridge English Qualifications
Some universities might accept scores from exams such as Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE).
English Language Courses
Some universities offer English language courses or pathway programs for international students who do not meet the required language proficiency standards. Successfully completing such a course could serve as proof of your English language abilities and help you gain admission to a degree program.
Previous Education in English
If you have completed your previous education (such as high school or a degree) in an English-speaking country, some universities might waive the English language proficiency requirement.
In some cases, if you have substantial work experience in an English-speaking environment, the university might consider this as evidence of your language proficiency.
Universities might conduct interviews to assess your spoken English skills. If you perform well in an interview, it could help support your application.
Statement of Purpose (SOP)
A well-written SOP that showcases your English language skills might positively influence the admission decision.