I know its bad form to answer your own questions but I think I've solved it.
I reset the voice settings on the unit back to factory defaults. Put my voip settings back in, changed region to Australia, updated dialplan and now, when I get an incoming call on my PSTN it rings *ALL* the phones (even ones that are registered for voip) and I can answer the call. So I must have mucked up a setting somewhere while I was playing.
If all else fails do a factory defaults and try again :-)
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