At present, Australian Faunal Directory has this moth listed in the category of Species Inquirenda. However, it has been described as Mamestra dictyota by Lower in 1902. It is in the subfamily of Noctuinae, Tribe Hadenini.
The ID created a challenge. Males of this species, as featured in MOV 2 shows a white tuft end to the abdomen. This one has an orange colour tuft as well as a black upper body and stripes on the underside of the body. May eventually be found to be a different species. It got knocked off the sheet by a larger insect and played dead long enough to get a photo of the underside. Two additional images included to show the features.