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Larus novaehollandiae ssp. novaehollandiae
The ubiquitous seagull. Do you remember if this bird had a white or brown eye? White is an adult, and brown a juvenile. No brown plumage so this is definitely older than a juvenile, although if the eye is still brown, it would be a "first year" bird. Bright red beak also indicates an adult. I don't know how to tell male from female other than from behaviour.
Lat: -28.01, Long: 153.43
Spotted on Mar 10, 2019 Submitted on Apr 27, 2019