I can vouch for the reddit bodyweight fitness recommended routine.
You can leave out the handstands, do pike press/HSPU instead of dips or alternating with push-ups.
You can leave out the L-sits, do hanging leg raises. Especially if you're just doing it for a month.
If you have a bar, do the deadlifts and squats.
You don't have to do the alternating double sets, but they have an OK argument for doing them.
Pretty widely followed beginner routine and there's good advice for it on reddit unironically, but also a lot of dyels who focus on skills.
You will need something to add weight (e.g. backpack) depending on current level.
If you are on 5 reps of kneeling push-ups, it's designed for you and is a good place to start. You'll feel better about yourself if you can do regular push-ups as a warm-up, but getting to a barbell sooner will get you progressing (in terms of strength) faster, sooner.
I'm from Aus, what do you mean "full"?