Good news is that this is definitely not a funnel web spider (Atracinae), which, by the way, is not that dangerous✻.
The image doesn't have a good resolution, but that seems to be a spider from the Family Lycosidae, known as wolf spiders, more specifically Venatrix pictiventris.
Here is an image for comparisson:
This is the distribution of Venatrix pictiventris in Australia, going from Tasmania to Queensland, with most observations in New South Wales:
✻ I advocate for the protection of sharks, spiders, snakes, bats etc. So, whenever I can, I try to demystify arachnophobia. People love saying that the funnel web is deadly and so on, but for you to have a better idea, moths (e.g. Lonomia) kill more people than spiders.