Very nice indeed - tell me, who wore this, you or the bride?
Congratulations - now you can think about halving your collecting budget!
Just a small note, AFAIK Norforce and the Pilbara Regt are *separate* units - Norforce is responsible mainly for Northern Territory, Pilbara Regt for the top of Western Australia (North West) and responsible for North East Australia is 51 FNQR (Far North Queensland Regt). All units are reserve units but are tasked with the vital role of regional surveillance - the whole top end of Australia, being sparsely populated is a natural magnet for refugees, illegal fishermen and drug smugglers.
Norforce is noted for its high percentage of indigenous Australians (aborigines) within its ranks.
The development of enemy cam in Australia has had a potted history. I recall around the late '90s a memo coming out stating that 'soldiers will not shoot at others soldiers wearing the Auscam pattern' which, I presume, precipitated the development of the US type 3 colour desert or 'coffee stain' camo. However, since the introduction of desert Auscam these uniforms have also been used as OpFor uniforms back in Australia.
Although there is a scale of issue for 'enemy cams' for some units through the Q system, other units have still opted to purchase their own in bulk. A contract for 40 odd jungle tiger stripe cams was recently approved for a unit on the East coast and the designated OpFor element in a local unit recently obtained Desert tiger stripe uniforms as private purchase items.