Tiny mushrooms about 15mm across cap and about 25mm tall. The caps were gold coloured and very coarse to touch (like sandpaper). Very high domed. Some bugs had bitten holes through the skin on the caps showing creamy white flesh. The stipe was robust, straight and scaly white with some yellow tint. Gills white. Margin inrolled but probably due to immature growth.
On roadside against a eucalyptus power pole in suburban fringe.
Possibly Armillaria sp. but this is against a heavily treated and tarred timber power pole in very rocky ground with no plants nearby. Maybe A. luteobubalina but ..?)