A nice settled night in Melbourne (as BrettD has already shown with a previous post) provided some good images of Jupiter and Mars. I should have stayed out for longer as Mars was still rising, but I called it at around midnight after which the seeing appeared to improve .
With Mars, I also took an overexposed image to try to extract Phobos and Deimos, and was able to (just) eek out enough signal for Deimos, Phobos was a little easier. The image below is a composite of multiple captures, with the moons layered on top of the well exposed Mars image. There appears to be some cloud at the 3 o'clock position on Mars, not sure what else those white spots could be?
Celestron Evolution 9.25" SCT @ around f/21 with 2.5x TV PowerMate, ASI 224MC, stacked in AS!3 with 3x drizzle, sharpened in Registax, final touches in Photoshop Elements, Jupiter shown at captured size, Mars shown 50% larger than captured.