Pilchers Bridge is a Box-Ironbark forest reserved for conservation of flora and fauna. At an elevation of 310 metres, it is dominated by Red Ironbark, Red Stringybark, Red Box, Grey Box andYellow Gum.
The entire area was clear-felled in the 1930s. The vegetation was heavily modified by clearing and gold exploration activities. The site has moderate habitat value due to its large size and minimal weed invasion.