Land clearing and the spread of salinity have devastated much of this region, making the remaining bushland on Eurardy exceptionally important for species such as the nationally vulnerable Malleefowl. The reserve is also home to the endangered Small-petalled Beyeria, a plant presumed extinct until rediscovered in 2005. These significant species and communities are also found:
Red-tailed Black Cockatoo, Spinifex Hopping-mouse, Hairy-footed Dunnart, Ash-grey mouse.
Northern Dwarf Spider-orchid, Feather-flowers, Kalbarri Spider-orchid, Beard's mallee, Wreath flower.
York gum woodland, Scrub-heath, Shrublands of acacia, casuarina, Eucalyptus eudesmoides
(mallalie), Ashby's banksia and other species, Sceptre banksia and sandplain cypress woodland, Acacia rostellifera
(summer-scented wattle) thicket.