This depends on which State you’re in. In Victoria, the ACT and the Northern Territory, the General Meeting can proceed without a quorum, but all decisions have interim status until they are circulated to owners and 28-days have elapsed without objections from more than 25% of owners.
In South Australia, the meeting must be reconvened within 7 to 14-days and can proceed at that time regardless of the number of owners present. In Queensland, the meeting must be reconvened in 7-days and can proceed at that time regardless of the number of owners present.
Updated: 8 Mar 2022