Bega Wattle (Acacia georgensis)

2018–19 survey

Bega wattle (Acacia georgensis) is a threatened plant that can grow as an erect or spreading shrub or as a tree up to 25 metres high, depending on the site conditions where it is growing.

Date
12 August 2019
Publisher
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Type
Publication, Report
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-925974-88-1
  • ID EES20190464
  • File PDF 22MB
  • Pages 50
  • Name bega-wattle-acacia-georgensis-201819-survey-190464.pdf

The northern-most site is 40 kilometres west of Narooma with the southern-most record at the Towamba River, west of the town of Burragate. It grows on rocky sites ranging from clifftops to lower slopes in areas with shallow soils. This species is known to occur in national parks, flora reserves and on Crown land.