I found this info and photograph on a website dedicated to galahs!
Galahs are one of the few native birds that have thrived since white settlement of Australia, as they are particularly fond of agricultural crops and are often found in massive flocks in these rural areas (unfortunately thus deemed as a pest by many farmers).
There is no mistaking the Galah in flight. It’s pink and grey colour and unmistakable deep wingbeats, combined with acrobatic erratic displays and familiar chirps and harsh screeches make it a joy to watch in the air.
Galahs enjoy feeding on the ground and will often be found on lawns and in parks searching for grass seeds.
These birds are particularly fond of the rain, and can often be seen clowning about on power lines during a downpour. It is not uncommon to see them hanging upside down or doing ’360s’ on the power lines!