One of this catchment’s iconic species, Waterhousea is a dominant tree along many Enoggera Creek banks. Common names include Waterhousea, Weeping Lilly Pilly, Satin Ash and Large-leaved Water Gum. It is named Waterhousea after Frederick George Waterhouse, a South Australian museum curator. Floribunda means profusely flowering. After flowering it propagates readily along Enoggera Creek.
This ancient Waterhousea is one of many on Enoggera Creek bank at Walton Bridge Reserve.