Description The Bush-house Paperbark is a weeping shrub or small tree growing to 5 m tall. The bark is grey and papery. The small leaves are scale-like, clasped to the branches, and grow 1 mm to 4 mm long and about 1 mm wide. The plant flowers in spring and summer from November to January. The flowers are mauve or cream and produced in spikes about 3 cm long. The fruit capsules are about 3 mm long.
Habitat inland boggy areas and ridges
Distribution Bush-house Paperbark is found on the Great Dividing Range in central Queensland,