Mammals

  • Echidna
  • Koala
  • Common Brushtail Possum
  • Common Ringtail Possum
  • Eastern Grey Kangaroo
  • Bats (A number of species occur, the more common including the White-striped Freetail Bat, Chocolate Wattled Bat, Lesser Long-eared Bat, Gould's Long-eared Bat, the Southern Forest Bat, Little Forest Bat and perhaps others.)

Birds

Birdlife is prolific in the park. Five species are listed (or nominated for listing) as rare in Victoria. The current list comprises 112 species seen since 1978.

  • Australian Wood Duck
  • Pacific Black Duck
  • White- faced Heron
  • White-necked Heron
  • Australian White Ibis
  • Straw-necked Ibis
  • Yellow-billed Spoonbill
  • Black-shouldered Kite
  • Whistling Kite
  • Brown Goshawk
  • Collared Sparrowhawk
  • Wedge-tailed Eagle
  • Little Eagle
  • Brown Falcon
  • Nankeen Kestrel
  • Painted Button Quail
  • *Bush Stone Curlew
  • Rock Dove
  • Common Bronzewing
  • Crested Pigeon
  • White-throated Tree-creeper
  • Brown Treecreeper
  • Superb Fairy-wren
  • Spotted Pardalote
  • Striated Pardalote
  • White-browed Scrubwren
  • *Speckled Warbler
  • Weebill
  • Western Gerygone
  • Brown Thornbill
  • Buff-romped Thornbill
  • Yellow-rumped Thornbill
  • Yellow Thornbill
  • Striated Thornbill
  • Southern Whiteface
  • Red Wattlebird
  • Noisy Friarbird
  • Little Friarbird
  • Noisy Miner
  • Yellow- faced Honeyeater
  • Singing Honeyeater
  • White-eared Honeyeater
  • Yellow-tufted Honeyeater
  • Yellow-plumed Honeyeater
  • White-plumed Honeyeater
  • Black-chinned Honeyeater
  • Brown-headed Honeyeater
  • White-naped Honeyeater
  • New Holland Honeyeater
  • Eastern Spinebill
  • Jacky Winter
  • Scarlet Robin
  • Red-capped Robin
  • Flame Robin
  • *Hooded Robin
  • Eastern Yellow Robin
  • Gang-gang Cockatoo
  • Galah
  • Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
  • Musk Lorikeet
  • Little Lorikeet
  • Crimson Rosella
  • Eastern Rosella
  • Red-rumped Parrot
  • Pallid Cuckoo
  • Fan-tailed Cuckoo
  • Horsefield's Bronze Cuckoo
  • Shining Bronze Cuckoo
  • *Barking Owl
  • Southern Boobook
  • Tawny Frogmouth
  • White-throated Needletail
  • Laughing Kookaburra
  • Sacred Kingfisher
  • Rainbow Bee-eater
  • Dollarbird
  • White-browed Babbler
  • Varied Sitella
  • Crested Shrike-tit
  • Gilbert's Whistler
  • Golden Whistler
  • Rufous Whistler
  • Grey Shrike-thrush
  • Leaden Flycatcher
  • Restless Flycatcher
  • Magpie Lark
  • Grey Fantail
  • Willie Wagtail.
  • Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
  • White-winged Triller
  • Olive-backed Oriole
  • White-browed Woodswallow
  • Dusky Woodswallow
  • Australian Magpie
  • Pied Currawong
  • Grey Currawong
  • Australian Raven
  • White-winged Chough
  • Richard's Pipit
  • House Sparrow
  • Red-browed Finch
  • *Diamond Firetail
  • European Goldfinch
  • Mistletoebird
  • Welcome Swallow
  • Tree Martin
  • Fairy Martin
  • Rufous Songlark
  • Silvereye
  • Common Blackbird
  • Common Starling
  • Common Mynah

* Significant species now rare in Victoria

Reptiles

Lizards such as bearded dragons are common, and are sometimes seen. One would expect the Marble Gecko, various types of Skinks including one or both the Blue-tongued Lizards, and legless lizards.  Brown snakes are common and may be seen in summer.   Blind Snakes (Typhlina sp.), which live on ants and termites, exist in this district, and would enjoy the environment of the park.

Amphibians

Some frogs you may see or hear in the park:

  • Growling Grass Frog
  • Spotted Marsh Frog
  • Pobblebonk
  • Plains Froglet
  • Common Froglet
  • Brown Tree Frog

Unconfirmed Sightings

The following mammals occur in nearby areas and probably occur in the park:

  • Yellow- footed Antechinus
  • Brush-tailed Phascogale
  • Sugar Glider
  • Squirrel Glider
  • Black Wallaby