Australian Christians don't seem to have changed much since I read up on them in 2013. In fact I think I recognise some of the images that they have on their policy page from last time. The only change I noticed was in their energy policy where they say they're glad to have seen the carbon tax removed.
Thus much of what I said last time still applies. Their environmental policy seem designed to sound nice but commit to little, they still don't realise that a secular government embracing one religion does in fact exclude other religions, they're still pro censorship and filtering the internet, and most importantly they're still not making a case as to why a non-Christian should accept Bible based policies.
That's not to say they don't have some policies I agree with, even if we don't agree on the reasons why these are good ideas. They support funding the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and they also support investing in public transport.