Description Sydney Green Wattle is an upright tall shrub or tree growing from 2 m to 15 m tall. New growth is yellow and finely haired. The dark green leaves are finely divided fern-like (bipinnate). The leaflets are about 2 mm to 7 mm long and up to 1 mm wide. Clusters of yellow flowers are produced in late spring and summer from November to February, sometimes as late as April. The flowers heads are spherical and about 4 mm to 7 mm in diameter. The grey-black seed pods are dark grey and grow up to 11 cm long and 8 mm wide.
Habitat woodland, forest.
Distribution Sydney Green Wattle is found the Blue Mountains and surrounding regions of New South Wales, also in Australian Capital Territory. Common in Sydney and Canberra.