Penalties and implications of breaches of the general protections

What can the Federal Court or the Federal Circuit Court order as relief as relief for a breach of the general protections in a court proceeding?

The answer is found in secs 545-547 of the Fair Work Act. Orders may be made imposing financial penalties upon the person or entity found to have breached the Act, essentially fines, plus injunctions, compensation and (rarely) reinstatement of employment.