Diploglottis australis, known as the native tamarind, is a well known rainforest tree of eastern Australia. It is easily identified by the large sausage shaped leaflets. The native tamarind grows in a variety of different rainforests, on basaltic and rich alluvial soils

•    Shade/part shade
•    Height 15 metres
•    Edible fruit 
•    Habitat fruit for catbirds, bower birds, fruit doves, rainforest pigeons
•    Cultural uses

Native Tamarind - Diploglottis Australis