Other Names Long-Leaved Paperbark, White Paperbark
Description The Weeping Paperbark is a large tree growing to 20 m tall (sometimes taller). The bark is white or cream and papery. The leaves are narrow and sometimes curved, and grow 8 cm to 25 cm long and about 1 cm to 4 cm wide. The plant flowers throughout the year. The flowers are cream or pale creamy green and produced in spikes up to 8 cm long and 3 cm in diameter. The fruit capsules are about 4 mm long.
Habitat forests near waterways
Distribution Weeping Paperbark is found in northern Australia in Queensland, Western Australia and Northern Territory. It is also found in the Torres Strait Islands, Indonesia and New Guinea.