So, first the Eastern Spinebill Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris - not absolutely perfect as he is looking away from the camera, but the colours and focus are nice:
New Holland Honeyeater Phylidonyris novaehollandiae flit around a small Banksia bush. After a while he rested on top of a flower, so I got a few lovely pictures - he was quite fluffy, so may a young one, or just a bit chilly?!
Superb Fairy-wren Malurus cyaneus to be exact. These are probably the hardest ones to get a shot of that I've seen - they are very small, fast movers and pretty shy! The first is a female, the second and third pictures are a non-breeding male, these only have a blue tail whereas breeding males have a spectacular blue plumage. Unlike the Galahs, fairy wrens are very promiscuous, apparently females may be courted by up to 13 males in half an hour! They have a complex social structure, described here on this blog, where territories over-lap and a number of birds help bring up the young.