Keith Schreiber, the man convicted of hacking Jack Van Krevel to death with an axe in 2000, is set to front the parole board next month.
Schreiber appeared at a private parole hearing on Friday but the matter was stood over to next month so additional reports could be delivered.
Schreiber was granted parole in August last year, after serving a minimum 12 years’ jail for Mr Van Krevel’s murder.
However, he was sent back to jail in November after it was found he could not adapt to normal community life and obey directions from his parole officer, which were conditions of his parole.
In 2001, Belinda Van Krevel was jailed for convincing Schreiber to kill her father in his Albion Park home.
The attack came just 10 days after Van Krevel’s brother, Mark Valera, was convicted of the murders of former state MP and Wollongong Lord Mayor Frank Arkell and shopkeeper David O’Hearn in 1998.