On the way back from Wagga, I stopped in at the Narrandera Wetlands. Not many water-birds there at all, just a few Pacific Black Ducks, Purple Swamphens, etc. It was in the middle of the afternoon, so that may have not helped.
The female Superb Parrot is dull green, with no red crescent on the breast. It has no yellow. The Superb Parrot is part of the Polyteline group of parrots. They are like Eastern Rosellas, with extremely long tapered, pointed tails and they scratch over the wing. They used to be known as the Barraband Parrot.
The male is green with a yellow crown and throat, with a red crescent bordering yellow on the upper breast. They feed mainly on grass seeds, other small plants and eucalypt nectar. Their range is restricted to mainly the Murray and Riverina region.
This is the flaveolus race of the Crimson Rosella, commonly called the Yellow Rosella. It was formerly known as the Murray Rosella and its range is around the Murray and Riverina areas.
Yellow-billed Spoonbill (Platalea flavipes)
There were a couple of these feeding in the wetlands.
Very easy to mistake these for Blue-faced Honeyeaters at first sight, but only superficially similar due to the blue patch around eye.