I made a note in the General Forum to see if anyone was interested in taking my spot on Saturdays Mooloolaba Pelagic. As it turned out I managed to get to the appointment on Friday afternoon (Instead of Saturday) which allowed me to go and boy am I glad I did.
It was probably my most enjoyable Pelagic trip ever! Not only did I get 5 new species but they came in so close to the boat I was able to get some really good shots. There were also an unusual number of Lesser Frigatebirds, Pomarine Jaegers and Flesh-Footed Shearwaters.
The full report can be found here http://sunshinecoastbirds.blogspot.com.au/2017/03/sunshine-coast-pelagic-march-2017.html
Red-Footed Booby (check out how the feet look like chewing gum)
The highlight for me. A Lesser Frigatebird flying close to the boat
White Tern. Not a great shot but a lifer for me.
Pomarine Jaeger (Light Morph)
Male Lesser Frigatebird
Young Tahiti Petrel
Fight for food