A Queensland man set to face trial over a dozen terror charges has instead pleaded guilty to two offences.
On Friday it emerged that Agim Kruezi has pleaded guilty to preparing for incursion into a foreign state and preparing or planning for a terrorist act, while 10 other charges were withdrawn during a brief hearing at Brisbane Supreme Court.
Kruezi has been behind bars since being arrested with Omar Succarieh in a series of counter-terrorism raids in September 2014.
Succarieh pleaded guilty to four foreign incursion offences in 2016 after more serious terror-related charges were withdrawn.
He was jailed for a minimum of three years.
Succarieh sent $US43,700 ($A57,356) to his brother Abraham Succarieh in 2014 while he was fighting alongside terror group Jabhat al-Nusra.
The pair spoke in code to arrange the payments, describing cash and how much he would send in the terms of "sweets" and "kilos".
The court had heard Succarieh believed it was his religious duty to involve himself in the Syrian conflict.
Details around the charges to which Kruezi has pleaded guilty are yet to be finalised, crown prosecutor Ben Power said on Friday.
When he was initially charged it was alleged he was preparing for incursions into Iraq and Syria and had recruited people for ISIS, and had also stockpiled weapons for a terrorist attack in Australia..
Kruezi is due to be sentenced at a two-day hearing in late July.