Description Hooker's is a dense shrub with smooth bark growing to about three metres in height. It has long narrow leaves that grow to 16cm long and 12mm wide. Leaves are serrated saw-tooth margins. The golden orange flowers are produced in acorn shaped clusters from late autumn to spring. The shrub has no lignotuber and regenerates from seed after bush fire. It is similar to B. burdettii which has broader leaves with smaller teeth and flowers later in summer and autumn.
Habitat grows on sand in tall shrubland
Distribution found in a fairly small area south of Geraldton from Arrowsmith Lake to Eneabba on west coast of Western Australia,