Occupies a wide range of habitats including wet forests, shrublands, parks and gardens, but most abundant in drier woodlands. Common to abundant but with complex movement patterns across Australia. The local subspecies R. Keasti is resident but also augmented over winter by the subspecies R. Allisteri from the south.
|Classifications:||Bird, forest and grassland|
|Information sources:||The Australian Bird Guide, Peter Menkhorst et al|