Acacia boormanii is a shrub or small tree to about 4.5 metres high with smooth, grey bark. Like most members of the genus, the mature plant does not have true leaves but has leaf-like flattened stems called phyllodes. In A.boormanii the phyllodes are linear in shape from 30-60 mm long by about 2 mm wide and greyish-green in colour. The bright yellow flower clusters are globular in shape and are produced in the leaf axils in late winter to spring. The flowers have a pleasant scent.
Snowy River wattle is well known in cultivation and is spectacular when in full flower. It is a hardy plant suitable for a wide range of climates and soils, provided they are reasonably well drained, although it is probably at its best in less humid areas. It prefers full sun or partial shade.
Propagation is relatively easy by normal seed raising methods following pretreatment by soaking in boiling water or by scarification. Propagation from cuttings may also be successful.