These were attractive thin-walled urn-shaped galls that appeared to be about 10 to 12 mm tall. The apical openings through which the adults would have emerged had jagged edges which were a deep pink. This colour bled into the pale green bodies and bases of the galls.
Spotted on the upper surface of eucalyptus leaves - Gum tree species not known.
Photos of two different flies in different parts of the park in different years, but appear to be the same species. It seems to like fungus - the primary photo is on an unnamed brown bolete which is very common in the park. The other two are on a Rhizopogon species probably associated with pine trees.