That is not correct. If it is breached even one time you file a Application - Contraventionin the Federal Circuit Court. Make sure your evidence is well detailed and consider the repercussions.
Google the form and it comes up should be very easy to use for someone with no legal experience. I have had clients do it themselves.
Put them on notice first that if the order is not followed you will apply to court or just do it DEPENDING on how much evidence you hold and if you can prove beyond reasonable doubt it was a breach without reasonable excuse.
From federal court website:
You use it if you want to seek an order from the Court imposing a punishment or another consequence on a person for the breach of a Court order.
It is used for an application alleging a breach of a parenting order under Division 13A of Part VII of the Family Law Act 1975, or an order not affecting children, for example a property order under Part XIII of the Family Law Act 1975.
Before filing an Application - Contravention, you should consider the result that you want to achieve. The remedies available from the Court range from the enforcement of an order to the punishment of a person for failure to obey an order. For example, the court may make an order that:
1. ensures the resumption of the arrangements set out in an earlier order;
2. compensates a person for lost contact time;
3. varies an existing order;
4. puts a person on notice that if the person does not comply with an order, the person will be punished;
or punishes a person by way of a fine or imprisonment.
If you don't actually want the other party punished (eg. fined or imprisoned) for the breach but rather want a speedy remedy to ensure the resumption of the arrangements set out in an earlier order, you may be able to file an Application in a Case rather than an Application - Contravention.
You should seek legal advice before filing an Application - Contravention.
During covid or anytime a parent has genuine concerns for safety they can refuse access. Like wise if a child doesnt wish to go you shouldnt force them orders or not. The long term impacts and I speak from experience are damaging.