Beale, who currently has 36 international caps to his name and is a near certainty to face Britain and Ireland's elite this summer, was charged with one count of common assault after he allegedly hit a bouncer at the Victory Hotel.
The case was adjourned for eight weeks to allow the possibility of justice mediation between Beale and his alleged victim but he was due to return to court after no satisfactory outcome was achieved.
Beale and the bouncer have now agreed to attempt mediation once more, however, with the process affording Beale the opportunity to make amends for his supposed actions, with monetary compensation a possibility for the alleged victim.
The 24-year-old's case was mentioned in Brisbane Magistrates Court this week, with his lawyer confirming the Rebels playmaker would willingly meet with his alleged victim in a bid to prevent the case going to trial.
The Australian Rugby Union postponed a disciplinary process concerning Beale until the police matter was resolved, meaning no suspension has yet been forthcoming.
Beale will hope that the latest move allows him to put the issue behind him sooner rather than later, with mediation set for April 17.