This small tree grows along roadsides close to the bank of the Colo
river west of Sydney.
It has fruits containing nuts.
The internal structure of the fruit looks something like a mangosteen,
but the thin pulp has an astringent flavour.
Inside the the thin shell is a pure white nut. It tastes pleasantly
mealy, but not delicious. I spat it out in case it is poisonous.
I don't think it is a native Australian species and there are a lot of
garden escapes in this area.
What species is it?