This weeks phishing scam offers you a deal from the tax office; there appear to be two variants at the moment.
This version was the first to be sent and is the one directly referred to in the warnings published by the ATO and ScamWatch [1,2].
Cut Off Taxes Program
30% Discount for your 2009 taxes
Register now for the The Cut Off Taxes Program (COTP).
This means you could get 30% back from all your 2009 taxes.
Remember to keep your receipt. They will help you calculate your refund and you may be required to show them as proof of purchase.
Learn more about the program
Is the later version, modified to perhaps get past the descriptions in the current Scam warnings?
You have one new message Australian Taxation Office
From: Australian Government
Subject:Please submit the tax refund and allow us 3-5 business days in order to process it.
To continue please click here for Tax Refund Online
© Commonwealth of Australia
Tax Commissioner Michael D’Ascenzo said anyone who receives the email should delete it immediately. “The Tax Office never sends emails asking people to provide personal information including credit card details.” 
The link in the email points to http://____.opticon.hu/ato.gov.au/refund/index.php A quick visit to the web site and we find a quick and nasty webserver setup to harvest details that you enter into the phishing form.