You could see if the honey frames will get capped off so you can extract them and return the drawn stickies. It is good to leave at least a couple of frames of honey for the bees when you extract unless you are in a big flow. In QLD, a flow can happen at any time. Keep an eye out for what is flowering during the year, and whether more honey is coming into the hive.
If you need more spare drawn frames, then adding a super of plain frames while you are on a flow is possible. It can be risky though to have all undrawn frames and could result in an abscond when the bees see all the work ahead of them. You should make sure the bee population is big enough for the space you give them. A simple rule is that you can add a super when the lid is full of bees.
If you feel like you want to leave honey for the bees then you should put the excluder above that super so they can use it for brood or whatever they like. But if I were you, I'd aim for some rent to extract so you can have honey on your toast.
Having said all that, I've had to add more honey or brood supers because they are on a flow here at the moment but are not capping off what they have, so I am not able to extract. Someone told me they will finish capping when the flow starts to reduce.