This attractive vine is known as the Burny Vine or Fire Vine and belongs to the Fig family. When not in fruit it looks like a climbing fig plant, especially since the leaves have that rather fig-ish look about them, and even the carboardy texture of many figs. It also bleed white sap when injured just as a fig plant does.
When in fruit however, this species is unmistakable. The fruits are like miniature acorns and are borne on an interesting textured receptacle (technically the term is tuberculate) and ripen a beautiful scarlet red. This climber could just as well have been called the climbing oak!
More on this when I see flowers!