An Australian teen incarcerated during raids in Melbourne in May has pleaded guilty to a terror-related charge.
The 17-year-old child pleaded guilty to enchanting in an act in credentials for, or planning, a militant act between 25 Apr and 8 May this year.
He certified a assign forward of a committal conference and prosecutors forsaken dual other charges.
Earlier hearings were told he prepared to make explosives after receiving instructions online, AAP reports.
Police also told a justice radical Islamic promotion was found during a raids.
The child did not request for bail and was remanded in control and is set seem in justice again on Thursday.