Description Curry Wattle, is a small spreading shrub that grows to 1 m tall. The leaves have a curry smell when crushed. The phyllodes are grouped round the stems in whorls of 8 to 14. Each phyllode is about 5 mm to 10 mm long and less than 1 mm wide, often with the pointed tip curving slightly downward. Bright yellow spherical flower heads are produced in winter in June and July. The seed pods are oblong, growing 2 cm to 4 cm long and up to 1 cm wide.
Habitat arid regions on stony and sandy soils
Distribution Curry Wattle is found in scattered populations in central west of Western Australia, central northern Territory, and western Queensland.