Frank Welsh's mammoth history of Australia, Great Southern Land notes that
From June 1944 ... the Australian government began demobilising its soldiers.
Welsh doesn't go into detail but I'm assuming this was a partial demobilisation since no one is suggesting Australian forces overall took no further part in the war.
Surely Australia was the only nation on earth demobilising (or partially demobilising) its soldiers in 1944? Taking the Americans as the lead Allied power in the Pacific, was Australian demobilisation at their suggestion? Or did they object to it? If the latter, did this sour Australian-American relations?
I accept that militarily the threat to Australia was over in 1944, so the question is how was it politically & diplomatically possible, not how was it possible militarily.
NB. Wikipedia's page on Australia's WW2 history doesn't mention a 1944 demobilisation but I am making the assumption Welsh is a reliable source