Hi CrowAs per mentioned above the only University which outrighhtly accepts only their own graduates is Monash. Other universities have bonuses for their own students, or quotas, but there is nothing like you describe.
With the entry process becoming increasingly competitive I'd be aiming for a GAMSAT score of ~70+ with a GPA of 6.7+. Obviously there's some give or take depending on which score is higher. Luckily most unis use a weighted GPA system so if you improve your scores over the next two years you can balance our your GPA.
Is your degree 3 or 4 years? If it's the latter your first year won't count in your GPA calculation anyway, and it will be years 2, 3 and the 1st semester of your 4th year.
Jumping on this threat for postgraduate med at ND. Do you know if completing their graduate diploma with a 7 gpa would overcome the gpa from an undergraduate degree OR do they leave it up to gemsas to do the gpa calculations? That being taking the graduate diploma year and the last two years of the undergraduate?
also would you know of anyone who has gone down this path and been successful? and could this grad diploma be used for other unis? Thanks!!!