|Little Wattle Bird Anthochaera chrysoptera.|
These two were clowning around, but I am not sure what the display was for. They are common in the coastal regions of south-eastern Australia.
They belong to the honeyeater family and although quite large for a honeyeater, they are the smallest of the wattle birds, and don't in fact have wattles (fleshy tissue dangling from the throat), unlike some other species in their genus. The birds can be found in banksia-eucalyptus woodland, heathland and teatree scrub.
Little Wattle Birds feed by sticking their tongue into tubular flowers. The tip of their tongue is in the form of a sort of brush, which collects nectar. They will also eat insects and berries.