Description The Western Silver Wattle is a dense shrub with an erect to spreading habit, growing from 1 m to about 4 m tall. The phyllodes are long and narrow growing from 1.5 cm to 5 cm long and 2 mm to 7 mm wide, with a prominent midvein. It flowers between April and October producing bright yellow flowers. The flower heads are about 5 mm in diameter and contain 15 to 30 individual flowers.
Habitat The Western Silver Wattle is found in semi-arid areas, dry eucalypt forest, eucalypt woodland.
Distribution The shrub is found in eastern Australia from north Queensland to Victoria. In Queensland the range extends to the coast.