Description Awl-leaf Wattle is a shrub that grows from 1 m to 4 m tall. The phyllodes are straight or slightly curved and grow from 6 cm to 14 cm long and 0.8 mm to 2 mm wide. Spherical flower heads of yellow flowers are produced in winter, spring and summer, between June to December. Plants may flower up to three times a year. The flower heads appear in clusters from the phyllode axils. The straight or slightly curved seed pods are 4 cm to 18 cm long and 5 mm to 8 mm wide.
Habitat often found near creeks
Distribution Awl-leaf Wattle is found in central eastern New South Wales on western slopes of the Great Dividing Range and adjacent plains.