If you are refused by Australian Department of Home Affairs, it doesn’t mean that you have no chance to get Australian visa. Instead you can lodge a visa appeal with the help of MEA Consultancy to get a second opportunities.
1. Education appeal
The Australian Academic Progress Procedure and the corresponding legal process are combined with:
Student at risk -> Faculty Committee (Show Cause) -> Academic Board Appeal (Internal Appeal) -> External Appeal -> DIAC Appeal -> MRT Appeal
2. Visa appeal
Administrative Appeals Tribunal -> Federal Circuit Court of Australia ->Federal Court of Australia -> High Court
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the appeal, you can continue to appeal to the High Court, it may take several years and a lot of money, so few people have gone to this step because their visa was rejected.