I regularly see them in Paddington, Sydney on Underwood, Union and Broughton
They always seem to be in the Lemon tree on Broughton Street which is where
Union Street starts.
Silvereyes can be common in the area also.
On 27/09/2013, at 11:56 AM, Alistair McKeough <>
> Tarban Creek, near Hunters Hill is fairly reliable for them too.
> On 27 September 2013 11:25, Graeme Stevens <> wrote:
>> Depending on your base in Sydney and transport arrangements, alternatives
>> are Warriewood Wetlands on the Northern Beaches side of Sydney - also
>> accessible by public transport - where they are very regular.
>> Olympic Park also a possibility, especially around "Triangle Pond" near
>> the Waterbird Refuge.
>> In terms of getting on to them, I would say familiarity with the song
>> would be very useful (Morcombe App for example).
>> They often call repeatedly from a perch without moving far.
>> Otherwise fruiting privet, lantana or backyard soft fruits like figs are a
>> great drawcard but perhaps a bit early.
>> Very best of luck (a "plastic" and a feral perhaps - but a very attractive
>> little S Asian import).
>> Graeme Stevens
>>> On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 12:57:42PM +0000, Bernard O'Keefe wrote:
>>>> I will be in Sydney on saturday and i was hoping i could get some
>>>> information about where i could locate the Red-whiskered Bulbul
>>>> and if there were any special things i should look for.
>>> Wolli Creek has the highest density of bulbuls I've seen in Sydney and
>>> is accessible but public transport e.g. you could walk from Bardwell
>>> Park to Tempe railway station. Closer to the CBD you might see
>>> them in the leafiest parts of Surrey Hills/Chippendale more likely
>>> in Glebe e.g. the Toxteth Estate accessible by the Jubilee Park Light
>>> Rail Station, bus or even walking from CBD.
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