Correa baeuerlenii, common name Chef's hat correa, is a dense, rounded shrub that typically grows to a height of 2.5 m with rust coloured hairs on its stems. Leaves are narrow egg-shaped to elliptical, 22–65 mm long, 10–22 mm wide, and glabrous. The flowers are usually borne singly on short side branches on a pendulous pedicel 8–10 mm long. The calyx is cylindrical, about 7 mm long with a dilated base 9–13 mm in diameter. The corolla is greenish yellow and tubular, 20–28 mm long with four triangular lobes about 4 mm long. The eight stamens extend beyond the end of the corolla. Flowering occurs sporadically throughout the year with a peak in spring, and the fruit is up to 9 mm long, surrounded by the remains of the corolla.
51.00 Location C11 Latitude; -38.402267000000 Longitude; 146.056083000000