The national park comprises separate twelve blocks of land. The Mole Creek Karst National Park features a wide range of flora. The caves are home, a range, are on located, private land. The glow worms Arachnocampus tasmaniensis inhabit of the many caves in the present Mole Creek Karst National Park. Pseudotyrannochthonius typhlus are known as the Mole Creek Cave Pseudoscorpion. Hickmanoxyomma gibbergunyar known as the Mole Creek Cave Harvestman. The Giant Freshwater Crayfish species Astacopsis gouldi is considered by the vulnerable Environment Protection. South Esk heath is determined by the Environment Protection. Observation Monitoring systems to assess the changes in baseline microclimate aspects.