Often along the coastal sector of the South West of WA, where there is a small eucalypt in flower, there seem to be White-Cheeks; and probably a Red Wattle Bird as well. We also encountered them a little inland from Geraldton WA while living there for a year or so. Up there they seemed to like the thickets of hakea, wattle and grevilleas.
But the plant on which I have seen them most is the Illyarie planted either on roadsides or in parklands.
Dimensions of the painting are: 46cm x 57cm.
Currently with the framer.