The butcherbird is one of the 4 very common black and white birds here. It’s not the biggest, or the smallest, or the noisiest so it’s very easily overlooked. But I don’t think it should be. It’s a lovely bird who is relatively friendly with people. Watch it though, it will guard its nest just like the magpie and the magpie-lark.
This one lives nearby and regularly visits. In this series of pictures he’s eating an olive.
According to my friend Wiki, it’s called a butcherbird because of its habit of hanging its catch in a crevice or fork in a tree to eat it, or to store it for later. So I’m glad it brought an olive to my garden then and not a lizard.