Have you been to the Durbanville Nature Reserve?
The Western Cape is home to a wide range of unique fauna and flora species. The Durbanville Nature Reserve exists to protect and conserve the natural heritage found in this area, and the reserve is open to visitors to come and explore and relax in the beautiful surrounds. Durbanville’s nature reserve is approximately 6 hectares big, and there are about 241 plant species that can be seen here. The reserve is also home to animals such as birds, small mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
There is a selection of facilities for visitors to enjoy, and for those who are interested in an educational trip, a reservation is required.
Those who wish to visit the Durbanville Nature Reserve, be it to see the beautiful fauna and flora, or just to enjoy a relaxing hike, can expect the following facilities:
- Paths & walkways
- Disability access
- Picnic areas
- Environmental education centre
- Facilities are also available for hire for private events
If you would like to find out more about the reserve, you are welcome to contact either via phone or email.