This shrub of coastal areas has white edible berries which has been used as Bush Tucker. The flowers occur as clusters and so do the resultant white berries, which resemble currants. It has therefore been called White Currant or Snowball Bush. In some aboriginal cultures this plant is also used as medicine.
I have had the fortune of observing this plant in some of the beach suburbs north of Cairns (Yorkeys Knob and Machans Beach) and I have found that this plant is most easily identified by it’s light green alternate leaves. More on this plant in time.