Weeooka, Twin-leaf Emu-bush
Shrub or tree to 10m tall. Leaves opposite each other or alternating up the stems, 3-12cm long, 1-7mm wide, flat, channelled above, or narrow cylindrical, hairy to hairless, with a hooked point. Flowers white to pink, tubular, with five lobes, borne singly or in groups of 2-4 on short stalks arising from the bases of the leaves. Family Myoporaceae in SA. Rare Vic (ssp. oppositifolia).
Eremophila oppositifolia ssp. oppositifolia has leaves opposite or almost opposite each other and 1-3mm wide, and has cream sepals. In Eremophila oppositifolia ssp. rubra the leaves alternate up the stems and are 3-7mm wide, and the sepals are pink.
Description and photo in G.M. Cunningham, WE Mulham, PL Milthorpe and J H Leigh (1981 and later printings) Plants of Western New South Wales page 611