Collection location: Swans Crossing State Forest, New South Wales, Australia [Click for map]
I believe this fungi belongs to the Tremella group but unable to go beyond this point.
From other observations made I think that the Pseudohydnum gelatinosum name fits the species. Thanks for the input. Have updated site info.
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Not a Tremella species. Could well be Pseudohydnum gelatinosum, but the photograph is not helpful, since it does not show the hymenium which should be toothed.
This one kinda looks like Pseduhydnum gelinosum. Look close at the underside and see if there was little teeth.