To continue your medical career in Australia, you would need to obtain an employment offer and limited or provisional medical registration from AHPRA. By working as an IMG in Australia, you may become eligible to apply for permanent residency after the qualifying period.
If the Standard pathway is for you, you can start applying for jobs after you have passed your AMC MCQ exam, and a valid English language test if required.
Many applicants find it easier initially to undertake a hospital-based job rather than a job in general practice to help with orientation to the Australian healthcare setting and to receive an income while preparing for a Pre-Employment Structured Clinical Interview (PESCI). You will, however, require medical registration to work.
Applicants often look for non-clinical (for example, non-medical) roles while preparing for and undertaking the MCQ and PESCI, while others do observerships in general practice or hospital roles for orientation to the Australian setting.
You can then seek employment in general practice and commence general practice training and work towards Fellowship and specialist registration.