So far, only one potential meteor associated with comet 103P Hartley have been reported yet, but it is still worth watching for a few days. Sadly, in Australia, as the radiant is in Cygnus it will be mostly below the horizon (although highest around 10-11 pm daylight saving time). I watched for a little while until the clouds rolled in (of course), but saw nothing. Look to the north around 10-11 pm if you are about and about just in case.
Thomas Ashcraft did see an amazing fireball though (1 Meg video here)