Gymnostoma australianum L.A.S.Johnson
Oak grain in the wood.
What appear to be needle-like leaves are really twigs and the true leaves (in whorls of four) are just visible to the naked eye when the needles are broken at a joint. Oak grain in the twigs.
Cones about 7-10 x 8-10 mm, with a broad bract beneath each pair of bracteoles. Samaras about 7-8 mm long.