Conservation status : priority 3 poorly known taxa
Eucalyptus brockwayi is a tree 15-25m with smooth, shiny light grey, pinkish and creamy white bark on its trunk and branches. Juvenile foliage is distinctly different to adult foliage being dull green, elliptic and sessile whilst adult foliage is very glossy green, linear to narrow lance-shaped and petiolate. Large clusters of white flowers from March to June. Full sun in most well drained soils.
Photo courtesy of Westflora