I'm with the same doctor as @flash74 here in Oz.
The guidelines are that government subsidised TRT won't be offered unless total testosterone is below 6 nmol/L (173 ng/dL) in two blood tests. Some doctors are unwilling to prescribe to people outside these limits, but it's not impossible to find one.
The PBS safety net, which is the subsidy I mentioned, caps prices of a medicine to $38.80. Most testosterone preparations come below this if you shop around, with the exception of Reandron, so it doesn't affect what you're going to pay.
In terms of medicines, your options are preloaded syringes containing 250 mg of Testosterone Ethanate (Primoteston Depot), Androgel sachets, or Testosterone Undecanoate (Reandron). As far as I can tell, multi-use vials aren't available, which makes some of the dosing strategies promoted here a bit more difficult.
I've been prescribed Anastrozole by my doctor, so you shouldn't have problems there.
HCG is available as Pregnyl, though I'm not on it. I think that my doctor will prescribe it if asked, but he says that studies have shown fertility is easily recovered, and so doesn't put patients on it as a matter of course. Incidentally, it's a lot cheaper when supplied legally than the price that is quoted above.