An Adelaide woman charged with being a member of terror group Islamic State (ISIS) will deny the allegations, her lawyer has said.
The 22-year-old Somalian born woman was arrested and appeared in Adelaide Magistrates Court this afternoon accused of being a member of a known terrorist organisation.
Handcuffed and wearing a hijab, she made no application for bail, with her identity suppressed until another appearance in August.
The woman came to Australia as a 14-year-old and now has citizenship.
Australian Federal Police (AFP) Assistant Commissioner for Counter-Terrorism Ian McCartney said she first came to the attention of authorities in July last year while trying to fly out of Australia.
She was stopped from leaving the country and police had been investigating her since, with the majority of her dealings with ISIS being online, where she connected with terrorism suspects around the world, he said.