The majority of moths were small - around 1cm to 2cm in resting position. Some appearing here are duplications, but I will record the sightings anyway.
I have some homework to do (read 'assistance required') and will update as identifications are confirmed.
My little pal was back! This is a better photo of Wheeleria spilodactylus.
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I'm not sure about Moth No. 2.
It might be a Gelechiid.
Ardozyga chionoprora is known to be in Western Victoria.
UPDATE: Philobota agnesella.
Oecophoridae : Oecophorinae
I suspect Moth No. 3 might be Idaea sp - possibly I. eretmopus.
Geometridae : Sterrhinae
Moth No. 4 I think may be a Crambid. This family has apparently been moved from the Pyralids!
Maybe Schoenobiinae sp?
Tipanaea patulella perhaps?
Crambidae : Schoenobiinae
I have no idea what Moth No. 5 is!
It was quite small. Less than a cm.
UPDATE No. 2: This is Monopis ethelella
Moth No. 6 has been photographed by others recently, I think.
I'll see if I can determine species.
This was the largest of the moths I saw last night.
It was on the ceiling in my laundry!
UPDATE: This moth is possibly Persectania sp.
Might be P. dyscrita (Inland Armyworm)
NOCTUIDAE : Hadeninae
UPDATE 2: Persectania ewingii.