Common name: Golden Wattle
Height: 2-3m mostly
Description: Upright shrub with dark leaves. Clusters of yellow ball-shaped flowers. Black seeds.
Growing and distribution: Most parts of region, range of soils. Can die out after 5-10 years but some are long-lived.
Beneficial Attributes: Aboriginal people use seeds and roast them to be eaten. Nectar food plant and provides habitat for foraging birds.
Specific Location Issues: Mostly rain > 400