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By default (ie. if you don’t explicitly set up a structure like a company or whatever), anything you do is ‘part of you’ as a sole trader. For example, when you file tax returns to the ATO, you report (the income from) all of those activities as part of your personal income, and they are taxed at personal income tax rates.
Internally, whether you want to maintain separate books/bank-accounts/records for each, or combine them all together, it’s up to you.
I believe you don’t need to have separate ABNs, but others may correct me.
AFAIK, this is also optional
Hope this helps!