It is sometimes grown as an ornamental, where it can be used to form a screening hedge.
It grows on the coast and ranges, rocky hillsides, in open heathland, eucalyptus forest, along creek beds in a variety of soil types.
Care – Androcalva fraseri is hardy and shade and frost-tolerant.
Pruning – The plant can sucker freely and has been used to make an effective screening hedge in Australia. I imagine this would involve lots of pruning and thickening to achieve.
Pests and Diseases – No know pests and diseases.
Harvest – Brush Kurrajong is harvested from the wild for local use as a fibre.
Propagation – The plant can form suckers freely from rhizomes, spreading to form a colony.