This caterpillar was very well camouflaged in acacia leaves. I found it after noticing frass and working out where it was coming from... right in front of me!
About 40mm long, a real Aussie in vivid green with yellow/gold flecks throughout. Only one set of prolegs and claspers says geometridae. http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au/enno/senilis.html
This very attractive jumping spider was only about 6 mm long. It looked like two blobs of yellowish-orange but a closer look revealed a spider with a black cepahalothorax with an ochre colored anterior part and three thin white lines, one in the middle and two laterally placed. The abdomen had two bright orange "c"-shaped patterns facing each other with a central orange patch. All this on a background of very pale teal. The third pair of legs seemed to have dense white setae on the tarsi. The four eyes in the front were a deep green. The palps were white.
Spotted on black wattle in a reservoir park.