The orange chat (Epthianura aurifrons) is a species of bird in the family Meliphagidae. It is endemic to Australia.
The orange chat (Epthianura aurifrons) is endemic to Australia. Orange chats are usually 10–12 cm in length, 10–12 g in weight and have an average wingspan of 19 cm. The orange chat is a small ground songbird with relatively long, broad and rounded wings and a short square-ended tail. The orange chat is potbellied in shape with long thin legs, a short slender straight bill and a brush-tipped tongue. Male feathers are mostly a deep, warm, cadmium yellow with orange overtone, and this colour is strongest on the crown and breast. Males' lores and throat are black, their rump is a golden orange with a tail finely tipped with white. Female chats are mottled in grey-brown with underparts being a softer fawny yellow. Orange chats do not have any seasonal differences in plumage.