The galah (Eolophus roseicapilla), thrives in various habitats and is one of Australia’s most common and widespread birds. The name “galah” comes from “gilaa,” a word in Aboriginal languages from north-western New South Wales. The galah is about 35 cm (14 in) long and weighs 270–350 g (10–12 oz). It has a pale silver to grey back, pale grey rump, pink face and breast, and light pink crest. It has a bone-coloured beak, grey legs, and a carunculated eye ring. Males have dark brown irises, while females have mid-brown or red irises. Adults are brighter than juveniles, which have a greyish breast, crown, and crest, and brown irises with whitish eye rings. They can be seen all over Bimbi Park.

Likelihood to see them: Common.

Where to see them: All over Bimbi Park .

Time: Sunrise and most of the day.