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Acacia trachyphloia is a tree native to south eastern Australia. Common names include Bodalla wattle and golden feather wattle. The specific epithet trachyphloia refers to the rough bark.
It grows from 4 to 18 metres tall, found beside streams and other moist areas between Lake Conjola and Bodalla in the south coast region and nearby tablelands of New South Wales. A number of different eucalyptus trees are found nearby. As with many of the acacias, it forms attractive yellow flowers between July and October.