Climbing woody Snake Vine with orange/red fruits in clusters, heart shaped leaves, long aerial roots, common in Pindan woodland and forest throughout the Kimberley and Pilbara. Flowers are small cream/yellow/green.
This species grows across Australia’s north, with a few as far south as new South Wales.
It has medicinal uses as a painkiller by the indigenous inhabitants. More here on a related species of Tinospora: