unfortunately there are always a few lemons with any brand/model. There have been one or two with a lot of issues, but other than that these have been much more reliable and solid then they had a right to be, being a brand new model. So I understand you wanting to get rid of it. But if you can get triumph to get you a new one in it's place i'm sure you'll find none of those issue. I don't know whether there are lemon laws there, but you might want to look into that and see if it meets any requirements then get a lawyer to write a letter to triumph showing the bike legally meets the requirements of the law that make them liable to replace the bike. They really should. I just don't know if Australia has any laws like our lemon law.