That means that Moore's Brumbies teammates Josh Mann-Rea could be in a line for a shock call-up to the squad despite being third choice at the Canberra-based outfit.
Australia currently sit second in the Rugby Championship and are closing in on South Africa in the IRB rankings and Moore is confident the Wallabies set-piece can cope on their two-Test tour to first South Africa and then Argentina.
"It's such an important area of the game," said Moore, who started all three Tests against the British & Irish Lions last year.
"It's been incredible, particularly with Taf getting injured after being out and coming back.
"You saw the importance of Taf [on Saturday] where I thought our scrum was really good in the first half. We put them under pressure.
"But everyone who has stepped in for a game here or there has done a really good job in the hooking role.
"Nathan Charles, James Hanson - they all performed well. They can be confident about playing again. They'll have to take the bulk of the load for the rest of the year.
"We talk a lot about running rugby, scoring tries, flair but it all starts with set piece in Test footy. Get ascendancy or win your ball well, you can do a lot with that."