White sandhills dotted with porcupine grass, eucalypts and sand pine are the dominant landform in the park. A variety of shrubs, including hakeas, grevilleas and melaleucas, can also be found. Seasonal wildflowers, myoporums, santalums, casuarinas and western myalls dominate in the northern section.
Birdlife is prolific and includes parrots, wattlebirds, honeyeaters, wrens, babblers and birds of prey. The park is also home to the vulnerable malleefowl and, at night, visitors may hear the southern boobook owl, nightjar or tawny frogmouth.
Small rodents such as Mitchells hopping-mice, sandhill dunnarts and fat-tailed dunnarts also live in the park. Lizard species include the barking lizard, goanna and extraordinary thorny devil.
Flora and fauna species lists
To download flora (plants) and fauna (animals) species lists for this park, use the 'Create Simple Species List' tab under 'Flora Tools' or 'Fauna Tools' in NatureMaps.