Two men and a teenager have pleaded guilty to planning terrorist attacks on government buildings in Sydney.
The trio -- Jibryl Almaouie, 23, and Sulayman Khalid, 22, and an 18-year-old who cannot be named -- pleaded guilty in the NSW Supreme Court on Monday to conspiring to carry out an act of terror in late 2014.
The plan involved carrying out the attacks with firearms.
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"Not guilty, oh sorry, I mean guilty," Khalid is reported to have said while entering his plea.
Three other men implicated in the plan, Mohammed Almarie, Farhad Said and Ibrahim Ghazzawi, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of knowingly making a document likely to facilitate a terrorist act in April.
Conspiring to do acts in preparation of a terrorist act carries a maximum sentence of life in prison, and the trio are due to reappear for sentencing submissions in early October.
The guilty pleas comes just days after counter-terror police raided four homes in Sydney, foiling an alleged plot to bring down an airliner.