No. There are too many gaping holes for a decent patch job.
But as others point out, you could look at it as an opportunity to try a lighter silnylon floor, and replace the whole floor.
Could not tell from the photo if there is a seam at the base of the floor, like in Sierra Designs tents, or if it is a bathtub floor with no seams at ground level.
If there are seams at ground level, you are in luck.
If not, replacing the whole bathtub might be too complicated, depending on how much other stuff is sewn to the bathtub walls.
If there is a seam at ground level, open it up, duplicate the rectangular floor piece with silnylon, and sew the sil in. If you don't know how to do this well, you'll need a seamster.
If there are no seams at ground level, you can make one by cutting out the rectangular floor bottom, and doing the same as above. IMO, its probably not worth fooling around with all the seams necessary to replace the bathtub walls.
To seal the seam, try the Sea to Summit silnylon sealer, as it will adhere well to the silnylon, and see if it will adhere also to the original floor material.
Looked at Roger Caffin's website, and looks like you may have to go outside Oz for the silnylon. extremtextil.de has received good comments on this site for its silnylon. In the US, there is the high quality stuff from thru-hiker, and you can obtain heavier, but ruggeder silnylon from Seattle Fabrics that weighs around 2.5 ounces per sq. yd, about the same as PU coated nylon often used in older tents.
I would also contact Sea to Summit there. They might have some good suggestions or sources in AU. They certainly use good lightweight tent fabrics of several types for the Wilderness Equipment tents.
Good Luck. Sorry about your tent.