Acacia acinacea is a small to medium shrub that is found in south-eastern South Australia, most of Victoria and southern NSW. Phyllodes are small, elliptic with. Name, Sources, Status. gold-dust acacia, Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS), Unknown, uBio, Trusted. Gold-dust Wattle, Integrated Taxonomic. Common names. Gold-dust Wattle, Gold-dust Acacia, Round-leaved Wattle. Scientific names. Acacia acinacea, Acacia rotundifolia. Family. Mimosaceae. Genus.

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Melaleuca quinquenervia, Broad-leaved Paperbark.

Gold-dust Wattle

Isolepis cernua, Fairy Lights. Acacia buxifolia, Box-leaf Wattle. Prostanthera ovalifolia, Oval-leaved Mint Bush. Eremophila calorhabdos, Red Rod.

Acacia ashbyae, Ashby’s Wattle. Hakea laurina, Pincushion Hakea.

Acacia acinacea

Acacia acinacea is a small to medium shrub that is found in south-eastern South Australia, most of Victoria and southern NSW. Grevillea chrysophaea, Golden Grevillea.


Melaleuca incana, Grey Honey-myrtle. Isopogon anemonifolius, Broad-leaved drumsticks. Hakea macraeana, Willow Needlewood.

Eucalyptus apiculata, Narrow-leaved Mallee Ash. Coronidium elatum, White Everlasting Daisy. Pods are linear, up to 50 millimetres long and curled. Melaleuca thymifolia, Thyme-leaf Honey-myrtle. Acacia acinacea, Acacia rotundifolia.

Factsheet – Acacia acinacea

Acacia myrtifolia, Myrtle Wattle. Grevillea scortechinii, Black Grevillea. Acacia linifolia, White or Flax-leaved Wattle. A range of soils, chiefly sand. Small spreading shrub 30cm to 2m high with arching acinscea, angled or flattened branchlets and hairy “leaves”.

It is commonly called Gold Dust Wattle because in spring the branches appear to be covered in Gold Dust. Dodonaea boroniifolia, Hop Bush. Prune after flowering to maintain shape. aaccia

accia Eremophila decipiens, ‘Slender Emu Bush’. Presence in Australia Common west of the Olympic Highway. Olearia tenuifolia, Shiny Daisy Bush. Plants in Flower This Month. Persoonia linearis, Narrow-leaf Geebung. Rhodanthe anthemoides, Chamomile Sunray.

Plant Inspirations Plants for all garden styles, tastes and climates for shipping to East Coast destinations. Melaleuca huegelii, Chenille Honey-myrtle.


Nymphoides geminata, Entire Marshwort. Melaleuca pulchella, Claw Honey-myrtle. Acacia rupicola, Rock Wattle.

Backhousia citriodora, Lemon-scented myrtle. Often produces little seed.

Natural populations

Chrysocephalum apiculatum, Common Everlasting. Does not establish as readily as most wattles when direct seeded. Elaeocarpus reticulatus, Blueberry Ash.