Small to large long-lived tree 6 - 30 m high.
Phyllodes narrowly elliptic, lanceolate or oblanceolate, 4–16 cm long, 6–25 mm wide, main veins 3–5, raised, distant. Flower heads, cream to yellow in clusters of 2 to 5.
Seed black, encircled by pink fleshy tissue.
One of the most wide-ranging trees in eastern Australia.
Flowers Aug - Oct
Species information: Tree to 15 m high.
Bark smooth and greenish-brown on young branches, blackish and rough on trunk
Leaves bipinnate, dark olive green with raised glands irregularly spaced on the mid-rib. Later flowering than similar wattles.
Flower heads globular, pale yellow, in clusters.
Flowers Oct - Dec
Species information: Bushy or openly branched shrubs 2–5 m tall. Phyllodes mostly (40–)70–140 mm long, (6–)8–15(–18) mm wide; with 1 longitudinal nerve, the nerve prominent; lateral nerves few to numerous, often quite evident (at least when dry) and distally coalescing to form a fine, continuous but uneven intra-marginal nerve on one or both sides of the phyllode.
Flowers from late August to early October.
Bushy or sprawling shrub to about 2 m.
Phyllodes variable elliptic or obovate in shape with an oblique minute mucro (sharp, short point). Midrib obscure or absent.
Flowers July - October
Erect, often straggly shrub, mostly 1–2 m high.
Phyllodes spreading, linear-triangular, 5–15 mm long, 0.5–1.5 mm wide, thorn-like.
Flower heads, globular, one per leaf axil, creamy yellow.
Flowers Apr - Oct.
Erect, large shrub or small tree, 2 - 6m tall
Green bipinnate leaves, *pinnules rounded at apex and touching or overlapping* (distinguishes from the similar looking Acacia dealbata)
Yellow spherical flower-heads in short racemes or large bunches
Listed rare in Australia
Shrub or small tree to less than 5 m tall.
Phyllodes 9-20cm long, narrow-linear, with a short, sharp point(mucro), veins 3-4, often 1 more prominent than others, gland 5-10mm above axil.
Flowers clusters pale yellow, arranged in spikes 1-6cm long.