The old-growth woodlands are high-quality habitat for a range of threatened species that need large trees with hollows or fallen timber for their homes. The reserve protects:
Swift Parrot (nationally endangered), Lace Monitor (endangered in Victoria), Crested Shrike-tit, Diamond Firetail (threatened in Victoria), Hooded Robin (threatened in Victoria), Black-chinned Honeyeater.
Yellow box, Red-cross spider-orchid (endangered in Victoria), Stuart Mill spider-orchid (endangered in Victoria), Southern swainson pea, Old growth long-leaved box, Old growth yellow-gum, Grass tree.
Grassy woodland (vulnerable), Heathy dry forest, Box and ironbark forest, Alluvial terraces herb rich woodland.