I was fortunate enough to capture on camera this weary and beautiful wanderer. A male Monarch or Wanderer Butterfly (Danaus plexippus). They are not all that common in this area, although I have seen them usually singly in both Wagga to the north and here in Albury.
He appeared to be strongly attracted to the Buddleia on which he was feeding. Buddleias are known for producing a lot of nectar and a strong scent. They are popular favorites with butterflies, bees, moths, flies and spiders lying in ambush for a quick insect meal.
This male is missing part of one hind wing, and is showing damage to the inside of all wings. He was very flighty and had a charming habit of repeatedly opening and closing his wings while feeding.