Endiandra globosa - Black Walnut
Family: Lauraceae

A tall bushy tree to 10m.
Large black fruits.
Creamy white flowers between October-January turning purple to black.
The tennis-ball sized fruit matures in autumn.
The black fleshy drupe contains a large woody seed
Pink flushes of new growth.
Rare and restricted to riverine rainforest growing on rich alluvial soils and on moist slopes in subtropical rainforest.