Medium sized deciduous Kimberley tree called Rosewood. Yellow flowers in long racemes are followed by winged drupes. Wings are larger than T.canescens. Has dark green glossy leaves
The Rosewood is found in scattered sand and cracking clay sites across the Kimberley, including Deep Creek near Broome.
This Terminalia species has been used as a food crop for livestock, but new leaves can be poisonous.