Description The Weeping Tea-tree is a shrub or small tree growing to 6 m tall. Old bark is shed each year revealing pink or copper coloured new bark. The leaves are narrow and lance-shaped and grow 2 cm to 5 cm long and up to 4 mm wide. Flowers are produced in late spring and summer from November to January. The flowers appear in clusters of 3 to 7. Each flower is white with 5 petals and about 7 mm in diameter. The fruit capsules are about 5 mm in diameter.
Habitat dry sclerophyll forest, often near creeks and rivers
Distribution eastern Queensland, north east New South Wales