We had a leisurely morning today, no birding, we took a walk to a local park called Jubilee where tree lined tracks and open grassy areas prevailed. A few Noisy Miners, Common Mynas, Australian Magpies and Rainbow Lorikeets flew around but not a lot else was seen.
At 11:30 we returned to our accommodation and packed our cases in preparation for our flight to Wagga (pronounced Wogga).
Their house is fantastic and sits on a rise overlooking Lake Albert, we sat on the terrace in the late afternoon sunlight watching the water and the bird activity. Several Australasian Pelicans sat on a dead tree as did a number of Galah, my first sighting of these pink and grey beauties. We also saw Friarbirds also a new species as well as many common birds such as Magpies, Great Cormorants, Eurasian Coots and Black Swans.