Description The Boomerang Wattle is an erect to spreading shrub that grows to about 3 m tall. The phyllodes are narrow elliptical in shape from 2 cm to 8 cm long and about 5 mm to 12 mm wide. It flowers from July to December and produces flower spikes with bright yellow to pale yellow flowers. The flower heads are spherical with six to twelve flower. The seed pods are dark brown and grow to about 9 cm long and 5 mm wide. The elliptic shaped seeds are about 4 mm long.
Habitat Boomerang Wattle grows in dry sclerophyll forest and open woodland, also on rocky slopes and creek banks.
Distribution It is found along the Great Dividing Range in eastern New South Wales, Victoria and southern Queensland.