Description Narrow-leaf Wattle is a shrub or spreading tree growing 2 m to 5 m tall. The bark is smooth and grey. The phyllodes are long and straight growing 10 cm to 30 cm long and 1 mm to 6 mm wide, with a prominent midvein. The flower heads of pale-yellow or white flowers are produced in ones and twos (sometimes three) from the phyllode axils. The flower heads are cylindrical and 2 cm to 5 cm long. It usually flowers from January to May. The seed pods are straight or slightly curved, papery or thin woody in texture, growing about 7 cm to 14 cm long. The seeds are elliptical and about 5 mm long and 2 mm wide.
Habitat around borders of wet forest
Distribution Narrow-leaf Wattle is found not far from the coast in south east Queensland, and eastern New South Wales