Utricularia geoffrayi is a terrestrial bladderwort native to northern Australia and SE Asia.
The species has small blooms that are coloured white and purple. The lower corolla lip is domed, and terminates in three shallow lobes. Two bulbous protruberances are present near the palate, with a yellow dot at the top of each bulb. The upper corolla lip is curved forwards. The spur is thrust forwards and tapers to a narrow point.
In the Nothern Territory, the species grows in sandy floodplains and flowers at the end of the wet season. Within its range in Australia, it can be confused with the larger form of U. minutissima and U. caerulea. U. geoffrayi is distinguished by the presence of two yellow dots near the spur and uncrowded spacing of its blooms along a thin peduncle.