This is a very poor yet still identifiable photo of a Tufted Duck, taken from some distance. The bird was seen very well through spotting scopes and positively identified by experienced birders. This is the first ever record of this migratory species in Australia. It was reported via Birdline and various Facebook groups today, and thankfully hung around until I got there!
Diagnostic features include yellow eye, white flanks, dark upper body, and head plume (tuft).
Eastern Yellow Wagtail (currently not in database). Lots of twitchers out looking for this today, and it took quite a lot of effort to find it. Luckily, someone did and then pointed it out to everyone else. First sighted a few days ago. Sorry about the extremely poor quality photo, but distant views were the best I got.