Description Spreading Wattle is a small to medium sized shrub growing to a height of about 3 m tall. The phyllodes are narrow and sharp pointed growing from 1,5 cm to 3 cm in length. The plant flowers in late summer, autumn, winter and spring. It produces showy cream or pale-yellow flowers in spherical flower heads in groups of two to four from the phyllode axils. Each flower head contains 12 to 25 flowers. The seed pods are long and thin growing 4 cm to 11 cm in length and 4 mm to 7 mm wide. The seeds are about 5 mm long.
Habitat open eucalypt forest, heathland
Distribution Spreading Wattle is endemic to south eastern New South Wales, eastern Victoria and eastern Tasmania.