Description The Sandpaper Wattle is an open spreading shrub or small tree with upright habit growing to around three or four metres tall. The leaves or phyllodes are about 7 cm long and toothed around the margins with a rough surface which explains the common name. The plant produces spikes of curved or rod shaped yellow flowers growing to about 7 cm long in late winter through to early spring.
Habitat grows on sandy soil on around granite outcrops
Distribution New South Wales, Victoria., Tasmania.