The Yellow-faced Honeyeater is a small bird olive brown above and grey underneath with a black curved bill.
A yellow band runs from the bill back past and blow the eye. A black band runs below the yellow band from the bottom of the bill and a short black band can be seen on top of the yellow band, behind the eye.
The Yellow-faced Honeyeater is found in sclerophyll forests and woodland throughout eastern and southern Australia. A migratory bird, it moves north in autumn and south again in spring.
Often seen in banksia, grevillea, bottlebrush and mountain devil flowers.