Mt Olga WattleCategory: Flora
Scientific Name:Acacia olgana
Arrernte Name:Not confirmed
Conservation Status:Least Concern (LC)
Killed by hot wildfires, this species grows to around 6m high. It occurs mainly on granite hills and ranges and along creek lines in the Central Range system straddling the NT, SA and WA. Bushfood: Pitjantjatjara people are reputed to eat the seed.