Snapped while I was waiting at the traffic lights on the way home this evening. Sure, galahs (Cacatua roseicapilla) aren't exactly rare* but they're still nice to see around the place. These two are feeding on grass seeds turned up when the council were laying new water pipes. (The pipes for grey water are an attractive lavender, by the way.) This corner is next to a paddock full of wallaby grass, which has somehow survived all attempts to turn it into weeds.
*On my field trips, they're known by the affectionate abbreviation of MFGs. More ... fnerking ... galahs.