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Don't know, but sounds a bit weird, so best to get in touch with Immigration and/or your nearest Australian embassy. Contact information here.
It looks like it may be possible. She'll need a new visa, if she doesn't want to leave and come back though. According to the Find a visa page, she could apply, in Australia, for either a Visitor Visa (subclass 600) or a Work and Holiday Visa (subclass 462). They both indicate that she should be able to apply: from within Australia, online, for up to a ...
eVisitor visas are available only for passport holders of these countries, all of which are in Europe. If you are not a citizen of those countries, your eVisitor will definitely be rejected. But now that you have a valid ETA -- which implies you hold one of these passports (click the "Apply online" link for list) -- all is good, and you can enter ...
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