Description Oleander Wattle is an erect to spreading tree or shrub that from 3 m to 8 m tall. The phyllodes are silvery-green, straight or slightly curved. Growing around 5 cm to 15 cm long and about 4 mm to 9 mm wide. It flowers in winter and spring between July and October producing. Clusters of 8 to 20 flower heads are produced. The bright yellow spherical flower-heads are about 3.5 mm to 7 mm in diameter. The seed pods are flat and leathery growing up to 18 cm long and 1 cm wide.
Habitat dry sclerophyll forest and woodland on rocky outcrops and ridges
Distribution The plant is endemic to southern Queensland and northern New South Wales where in grows on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range and adjacent areas.