This species is now known as Themeda triandra
Actually Geoff, the species is variously known by both names. In NSW, following the lead of the Royal Botanic Gardens (the NSW Botanical Authority), we still accept it as T. australis, which I know was originally described from Southern Africa.
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Photo taken in Inverell NSW 2360, Australia
Misplaced? Suggest new location