Acacia cuthbertsonii is a perennial shrub or tree native to Australia. It grows 1–5 m tall with fissured, flaky bark. It grows across inland Australia.
The plant is used as an analgesic by the indigenous peoples of Australia. More specifically, A. cuthbertsonii is also used to treat headaches and toothaches  by indigenous people of the Australian NT. The tree's wood is used to make splints to treat bone fractures. Certain parts of the tree are used to make bandages.
- Acacia cuthbertsonii subsp. cuthbertsonii
- Acacia cuthbertsonii subsp. linearis
- ^ ILDIS
- ^ http://bie.ala.org.au/species/urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:apni.taxon:296757
- ^ Analgesic Plants Archived April 23, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. Australian New Crops Newsletter
- ^ Sydney Exotic Plants
- ^ ABRS Flora of Australia Online
- ^ Aboriginal Medicine - Japan Paper.pdf Traditional Aboriginal Medicine - Japan Paper