After this image of the basic habitat
David Jones' big book I have concluded it is D. pedunculata, the Small Snake Orchid. The location today was not far from Braidwood specifically mentioned as part of the range.
Microtis unifolia (note the 2 calli and the crinkle-cut labellum)
Pultenaea subspicata, showing the range of colouration.
Roger Farrow has advised that this is Platybrachys sp in Family Eubrachyidae in Superfamily Fulgoroidea.
A Lycid beetle
Actually I am not sure that these dependent young Australasian Grebes would eat insects. They did make a nice start to the day however.
A great day!