Grevillea rosmarinifolia, the rosemary grevillea, is a plant of the family Proteaceae.
Grevillea rosmarinifolia usually occurs as a small to medium sized shrub 0.3–2 m (0.98–6.56 ft) high. The greater size is achieved in milder districts. The leaves resemble rosemary - narrow-linear, stiff with sharp points and curled-under margins, 0.8-3.8 cm long and 0.7–3 mm wide. Grevillea rosmarinifolia produces clusters of red or pink flowers from winter to spring.
It is native to New South Wales and Victoria, Australia, and has naturalised in South Australia. Grevillea rosmarinifolia prefers full sun. It is drought tolerant and hardy down to −10 °C (14 °F). Grevillea rosmarinifolia is cultivated as an ornamental plant, for use in gardens and drought tolerant landscaping.