Even in Sydney french house is pretty on demand actually.. (especially
if it's played by a French DJ)
People here just love all the artists you've mentioned and Birdy Nam Nam and stuff like that too..
Actually Australians will go apeshit if you play "Manual for successful rioting" I think you should do it.
I don't know.. The Aussie club scene is a little odd.. We don't really dance as much as other people across the world.. yet we kinda demand danceable music at all times. Drunk Australians want to hear songs they know, but if you play the right place that shouldn't be a problem.
I might even go as far to say that Daft Punk is a tiny bit over-played in Aussie clubs.. go for the obscure cuts maybe?
You can avoid Dubstep/DnB/Hardstyle/Psy.. it's really got it's own audience.. They play warehouse shows and bush doofs and student nights and that sorta stuff.
To be honest if you were to advertise yourself as French, and playing a French electro night.. You would be giving everyone exactly what they'd expect from a French Electro night I have no doubt you'll find your audience sounds like your passion is for the stuff Aussies know and love and some more stuff that they could easily come to know and love.
Also.. I think the club scene and the traditional FM radio are actually pretty connected here. Look into advertising there. Check out inthemix.com.au
.. it's a bit of a bloated site but it's popularity will give you a good insight into Australia's tastes. Plus every section of the country has it's own sub-forum. So you can see for yourself that French electro will go down better in places like Inner city Melbourne, North Shore Sydney and Brisbane/Gold coast.
Oh and future welcome and nice to have you in our country and all that