A number of introduced species in the park pose a threat to native biodiversity. Particular species of concern include:
- wild dogs
- feral goats
All these species are here because of human activities around the park. Regular control programs are undertaken within the reserve.
Weeds are not a significant problem in the park. This reflects the effects of shallow infertile soils which inhibit weed invasions.
The main weed areas are:
- disturbed road edges - whisky grass; and
- drainage lines with increased nutrient load - crofton weed.
The long residential boundary has minor infestations of many escaped garden species.