Can you shake your tail feather as well as a peacock spider can?
Barbara Baehr at the Queensland Museum, we are wold will have a look at fine details of specimens under a microscope to see if she agrees.
There is quite a lot of Peacock Spiders in the world and most are much more colourful (though a bit smaller) than this spider found at Wild Mountains. Click this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VP_u08JAxI to see why they are called a Peacock Spiders, its not only for thier colours but also thier dance, which has been cleverly put to music! If someone has patience and a good eye, sitting in the dry sclerophyll forest, such as near the a-frames will almost certainly eventually yield more Peacock Spiders at Wild Mountains, who knows maybe even more ones nobody has found before suggested Stephen.