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This park is best known as a habitat for over 40 species of native orchid. Remnants of the original Strzelecki Ranges forest, including some warm temperate rainforest and fern gullies, are features of the park.


Koalas, wallabies, kangaroos, possums, greater gliders and many smaller mammals are common. Reptiles seen in the park include black, copperhead and tiger snakes and several lizard species including goannas. Almost 100 species of native birds have been identified in the park, including the rarely- seen powerful owl.

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