I went to a client today with a Foscam model that I think is the same camera as yours but the firmware on it might be different. They were kind enough to let me take it with me. Here are some steps to try and see if you can use it directly on your home network.
You'll need a LAN cable and a computer with a browser other than Internet Explorer on it like Firefox or Chrome. Internet Explorer will require you to load an ActiveX control that is unsigned and I can't ask you to do that. I would not do it myself.
Plug the LAN cable into the camera and then plug the other end into your home network's router.
Plug the camera in so it has power.
Now you need to find out what the IP address of the camera is. Your home network should assign it one when the camera is powered on.
Go to the management screen of the home network router.
I don't know how you guys set that sort of thing up down under but here we just go to the .1 address. If your devices are all getting IPs like 192.168.1.5 then point your browser at 192.168.1.1 and it should ask you for the login and password that your router has setup (your service provider should be able to tell you about that).
Now in that system which comes up for that address in your browser, there should be a list of connected devices. One of them is the camera.
Note the IP address for the camera. Let's say it is 192.168.1.10
In your browser try one of these two addresses then (replace with the IP address that you found in the list)http://192.168.1.10
(since your label indicates that it may use port 99 you might need to add :99 to the address)
Let me know if you see the login for your camera there.