I put the moth trap out last night. Someone who shall not be named left the waterproof choke housing in the drive way and another person who shall also remain nameless drove over it. Amazingly it still works although it certainly isn't waterproof anymore :-) Being winter I wasn't expecting too much but I managed three moths, two of which are new for my backyard. Interestingly only one was actually in the trap. It was a Tree Lucerne Moth - Uresiphita ornithopteralis like the one I posted on Friday.
Of the two new moths, one was on a nearby wall and the other was on the ground so it certainly pays to look around the area of the light trap. There was a Geometrid moth, Casbia crataea and another which I'm yet to identify. If anyone recognises it please let me know. This afternoon I also found a small Psychid larval case on a silver wattle (Acacia dealbata).
Update: The unidentified moth turned out to be Paralaea porphyrinaria (Guenee, 1857)