According to Bloomberg, Samsung will be unable to sell the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia because of the current patents case against Apple, and until proven otherwise of the 10.1 infringing 10 Apple patents, will remain an item that cannot be sold in Australia. As Apple’s legal docs put it, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 copies some of the tech used in the iPad 2, as well as copying the “look and feel”. Samsung in the meantime has ceased to advertise the Honeycomb tablet in Australia and Apple has agreed that they would pay all damages to Samsung should they win the case (which has not been concluded yet).
Also, to add a more intriging turn to the entire matter, Apple “also wants to stop Samsung from selling the tablet in other countries”, however they do not specify which. Both companies have agreed to ensure the Galaxy Tab 10.1 would not be advertised in Australia until the there is court approval or the lawsuit is dropped altogether. Seems fair enough.