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It makes no difference where you are paid from for Australian Tax Law. As you are a resident here you will pay tax here.
If they are paying you as a UK employee that lives in Australia you may also be taxed in the UK. So I think it would be best you are paid in Australia from Australia and only be taxed once.
As a resident the tax rates in Australia are as per the following link.
But being paid from the UK you may have to pay tax in the UK as well.
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Yes that is correct. They will collect taxes in the UK and you will also have to pay here.
If they pay you in Australia as an australian employee then you will only be taxed here. If they pay you in the UK then you are double taxed.
If they pay you directly here then you only pay tax in Australia
If you pay tax in the UK you will get credit here in Australia but it is best to only pay tax here.