"Hakea laevipes", the Finger Hakea. Note dense cluster of flowers, and elongate leaf with pointed tip. "Hakea sp." are seen further along in the gallery. Barry notes "This was a split-off from "Hakea dactylides" and the Flora (of NSW) uses features like hairs on the branches and whether they re-sprout after fire. We can use a geographic feature and say dactyloides is not now meant to grow on the North Coast...".
Wooli wildflowers brian