These sub-conical galls with apical holes are female galls of a gall inducing scale insect. The female galls showed enlarged leaf glands. Some leaves also showed small cylindrical galls with apical openings- these were the males of the same species of scale insect (pic 3). Pic 2 shows galls of both sexes on the one leaf.
The underside of the leaf showed slight discolouration and minimal waxy bloom (pic 4).
Spotted on juvenile leaves of a eucalyptus tree (species unknown) in a nature reserve.
Beach Stone-curlew, September 2014. A well known and heavily twitched bird at the time, and a rare record for Victoria. A Beach Stone-curlew, possibly the same individual, was observed in a nearby location for about a week in 2016. I'm adding some bird photos for species that I have photoraphed in Victoria that haven't yet been recorded on NatureShare.