Kunzea parvifolia, commonly known as the violet kunzea, is a flowering plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to eastern Australia. It is a wiry shrub with small, narrow leaves and clusters of pink to purple flowers in spring.
It usually grows to a height of 0.5–1.5 m with its young branches covered with soft hairs. The leaves are linear to narrow lance-shaped and more or less pressed against the stem. They are 1–4 mm long, about 1 mm wide with a petiole less than 1 mm long and are covered with soft hairs when young. The flowers are arranged in clusters of mostly three to eight on the ends of the branches. The flower petals are pink to mauve, rarely white, egg-shaped to almost round, about 2 mm long and there 30 to 40 stamens which are 2–3.5 mm long. Flowering mostly occurs in October and November and the fruit are urn-shaped capsules which are about 2 mm long and wide.