Acacia mucronata, common name variable sallow wattle. is a shrub or small tree to 5 m high. It is native to southeast Australia, mainly the states of Tasmania and Victoria (where it is widespread and common in forests and woodland, mostly south of the Great Dividing Range). It often grows as an understorey tree or shrub in eucalypt forest or as a dominant in scrubland. In drier regions of its distribution, like in northeast Tasmania, it often grows along creeks and sheltered coastlines.
199.00 Location A9 Latitude;-38.401220000000 Longitude;146.055266000000