I am currently working in Darwin in the north of Australia and spend most of my weekends messing around in the sandy swamps around a place called Howard Springs. Allen Lowrie did a trip up here way back in 1991 when he discovered Byblis aquatica and there are several species of Drosera and Utric as well as the aforementioned B. aquatica. Last year I collected a lot of seed of Drosera and Byblis so if anyone is interested I'd be happy to send some your way if you pay for postage. To save you cost and me time it might be better if a few people get together and agree to make one the receiver. The seeds weigh next to nothing so it should be a very inexpensive exercise, I'd say less than $10 all up regardless of the number of seeds (within reason!).
The wet season proper has just started and you literally can't walk for stepping on Drosera in some places, check this out, taken yesterday (14 December 2015):
I don't remember exactly when I collected the seeds last year, which is why I am making notes this year, but I'm pretty sure the Byblis was toward the end of the wet season which is around March. On the other hand the Drosera petiolaris (or D. dilatato-petiolaris, not sure which yet) is all in flower already so seeds should become available soon. If anyone is interested then PM me and I'll try to accommodate. Historically I have been a Nepenthes person so I'm not that up with Drosera and would appreciate any help on ID'ing plants in the petiolaris complex.
No Utrics in flower yet but I know what's in the area and will post pics when they become available - I'm particularly interested in finding Utricularia muelleri.