Spent a day at the Western Treatment Plant (near Melbourne, Australia). It's essentially a place where sewage from Melbourne is treated before being discharged into the bay. But the good quality of water, after treatment, and winding it's way through a series of ponds and lakes means the bird life is abundant. Plus, it's Spring down here, so, everything from raptors to waders to small birds.
Golden headed Cisticola. A tricky one to photograph as they liked the tall reeds and grasses around the lakes. That meant my camera had a great time focusing on grasses, rather than the bird
Superb Fairy Wren, male. Dragonflies seemed to be the flavor of the day.
This White fronted Chat had 3 dragonflies in its beak.