The Cootamundra wattle (Acacia baileyana) was introduced to South Australia from the eastern states as a garden plant. It occurs mainly in the Northern and Southern Lofty regions around the Adelaide Hills. Since it is not native to South Australia it is considered a weed. Rosa Fiveash, 1937.
Bursaria spinosa taken by Gill Miueller, Blackwood near Adelaide, via Austrlian Native Plant Enthusiats fb page
Native frangipani likes a position in full sun to dappled shade, with protection from strong winds. This tree performs very well in the alkaline soils of Adelaide, so if you live in an area with neutral to acid soil, apply a small amount of lime.