This is a beautiful adult male. It can be recognised as a male as the palps appear 'inflated' - like boxing gloves - (see pic 2) which is characteristic of male spiders. The third leg has the tibia bowed (visible in pic 1) which is a characteristic of Conothele.The body measured approx 1 inch (2.5cm) and if the legs were stretched out, approx 2 - maybe 2.5 inches (5-6.35cm).
The beautiful male Mistletoebirds have "glossy blue-black head, wings and upperparts, a bright red throat and chest, a white belly with a central dark streak and a bright red undertail." (Birdlife Australia: https://www.birdlife.org.au/bird-profile... )