The Pale-yellow Robin is endemic to rainforests in
eastern Australia, where it is common but inconspicuous.
· Mostly it is seen perched low in the forest, often sideways on a tree butt, before pouncing on small food items in the leaf litter.
· The nest is an exquisite mossy structure, decorated with lichen and dried leaves. It is often placed among the protective spines of a climbing palm.
· Round Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge it is observed every day at the forest edge or on the lawn.