Details of the meeting, which took place on 6 February, were splashed in Nine Entertainment's newspapers on 7 February, with the headline "Australian MP delivers stunning rebuke to UK's Dominic Raab on Huawei".
The report, written by London-based reporter Latika Bourke, quoted Labor backbencher Anthony Byrne of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, as telling Raab: "How would you feel if the Russians laid down infrastructure in your own networks? That's how we feel about Huawei."
His reference was to the UK decision, taken on 28 January, to allow the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor to supply up to 35% of gear for non-core parts of the country's 5G networks.
Raab met Hastie, Byrne and Liberal Senator David Fawcett, who heads the Foreign Affairs Committee during his visit. The British High Commissioner to Australia, Vicki Treadell, was also present.
The ABC said it had confirmed that Treadell had sent letters to Hastie and Fawcett, protesting about the leak from a supposedly private meeting.
Byrne was said to have told Raab, "I'll raise you my ASD [Australian Signals Directorate] against your GCHQ [Government Communications Headquarters]", one source at the meeting told the Nine newspapers.
This is the second time that the UK's closed-door discussions on Huawei policy have leaked. In April last year, following a meeting of the National Security Council, The Telegraph reported that Huawei would be given the role that was publicly announced last month.
An inquiry was instituted into how the leak had taken place and in May, then prime minister Theresa May sacked her defence Secretary, Gavin Williamson over the incident.