Stictea macropetana, the eucalyptus leafroller, is a moth of the Tortricidae family. It is native to Australia, but is an introduced species in New Zealand, where it was first recorded in 1921.
The wingspan is 13–19 mm. Males have uniform ash/grey forewings, with darker bands. Females have a light wavy band along the rear edge of the forewing, edged by a thin dark line. The male and female hindwings are a uniform brownish grey, containing a fringe of hairs along the edge.