Noting that most of what follow are feeding in the brilliant insect attracting plant Bursaria spinosa (Blackthorn) , with which we are well blessed, let us begin with a Tiger Moth (family Arctidae, Genus Amata). My field guide says they all belong to a 'mimicry ring' at which point I said "Enough already."
This image is of something on a daisy. It is the larval form of a ladybird (thanks, Boobook, for pointing that out). With that knowledge - and having looked at Brisbane insects - will take a punt on it being a Common Ladybird Harmonia conformis.