@ Lady Bay, SA
The small Myall spoon is now burnished and oiled.
Where do Myall trees flourish? (apart from Myall Creek?) I wonder if indigenous people have used the wood for something specific?
Yes, it was certainly used by indigenous people for boomerangs etc. It is exceedingly hard and durable, and a beautiful wood to work.
Acacia pendula: inland Australia, mainly in NSW and Queensland.
Lovely flowing forms. . .
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