Places - Durban Nature Reserves & Conservancies

Kenneth Stainbank is a 237ha nature reserve with a mosaic of coastal grasslands and forests in excellent condition. Of interest are the many yellowwood trees, of which two species are present. The reserve also has a good network of walking and mountain bike trails, providing an excellent opportunity to see game at close quarters. Managing Agency: Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Type: Nature Reserve Facilities: Self-guided trails; Mountain bike trails; Trail for the disabled; Opening Hours: 06h00 - 18h00
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Roosfontein Nature Reserve | Open Green Map Roosfontein is a 150ha nature reserve comprising predominantly grassland habitat. Of interest are the spring wild flowers and the many grassland birds, including Broadtailed Warbler.  Managing Agency: eThekwini Municipality Facilities: Self-guided trails

Roosfontein Nature Reserve | Open Green Map Roosfontein is a 150ha nature reserve comprising predominantly grassland habitat. Of interest are the spring wild flowers and the many grassland birds, including Broadtailed Warbler. Managing Agency: eThekwini Municipality Facilities: Self-guided trails

KZNCA Members Conservancy Members as at April 2013

KZNCA Members Conservancy Members as at April 2013

KZNCA Members Conservancy Members as at April 2013

KZNCA Members Conservancy Members as at April 2013

Roosfontein Nature Reserve | Open Green Map Roosfontein is a 150ha nature reserve comprising predominantly grassland habitat. Of interest are the spring wild flowers and the many grassland birds, including Broadtailed Warbler.  Managing Agency: eThekwini Municipality Type: Nature Reserve Facilities: Self-guided trails Opening Hours: All hours Dogs: No  Driving Directions: Take the N3 west from Durban to Westville. Take the Westville/Pavilion off-ramp and turn left into Harry Gwala Road..

Roosfontein Nature Reserve | Open Green Map Roosfontein is a 150ha nature reserve comprising predominantly grassland habitat. Of interest are the spring wild flowers and the many grassland birds, including Broadtailed Warbler. Managing Agency: eThekwini Municipality Type: Nature Reserve Facilities: Self-guided trails Opening Hours: All hours Dogs: No Driving Directions: Take the N3 west from Durban to Westville. Take the Westville/Pavilion off-ramp and turn left into Harry Gwala Road..

Contact & Directions | Treasure Beach

Contact & Directions | Treasure Beach

"Hillcrest Conservancy encompasses the area from Acutts Drive in the north and the M13 in the south, the ridge above West Riding, Kassier Rd on the west and Ashley Drive on the east, including Springside Nature Reserve, an ecologically critical green lung that runs through Hillcrest Park."

Hillcrest Conservancy encompasses the area from Acutts Drive in the north and the in the south, the ridge above West Riding, Kassier Rd on the west and Ashley Drive on the east, including Sprin…

GUIDED WALK hosted by Hillcrest Conservancy on the second WEDNESDAY of each month in SPRINGSIDE NATURE RESERVE, HILLCREST Theme:BIRDING and general nature. Starting time: 7.30am October to March (inclusive) 8.30am April to September (inclusive)

GUIDED WALK hosted by Hillcrest Conservancy on the second WEDNESDAY of each month in SPRINGSIDE NATURE RESERVE, HILLCREST Theme:BIRDING and general nature. Starting time: 7.30am October to March (inclusive) 8.30am April to September (inclusive)

The area encompassed by the Conservancy includes Dovehouse, Chelmsfordville, Gillitts, Winston Park and St Hellier.  Although keen to work together, the residents of each of these areas do still like to guard their own sense of place.  In adjacent Everton, which has its own Conservancy, is the magnificent Molweni Gorge.  To the south of Winston Park, the Cliffs and caves above the toll road, contain evidence of human habitation dating back 2000 years.   Below St Hellier to the west there are…

The area encompassed by the Conservancy includes Dovehouse, Chelmsfordville, Gillitts, Winston Park and St Hellier. Although keen to work together, the residents of each of these areas do still like to guard their own sense of place. In adjacent Everton, which has its own Conservancy, is the magnificent Molweni Gorge. To the south of Winston Park, the Cliffs and caves above the toll road, contain evidence of human habitation dating back 2000 years. Below St Hellier to the west there are…

Situated in the Highway mistbelt, 30km west from the Durban CBD and at an elevation of 540m above sea level, Kloof contains a wealth of flora and fauna, breathtaking views of Kloof Gorge, walking trails from gentle to arduous, numerous streams and many waterfalls. Kloof Conservancy is a key player in protecting and preserving the amazing biodiversity that is found within this beautiful area.

Situated in the Highway mistbelt, 30km west from the Durban CBD and at an elevation of 540m above sea level, Kloof contains a wealth of flora and fauna, breathtaking views of Kloof Gorge, walking trails from gentle to arduous, numerous streams and many waterfalls. Kloof Conservancy is a key player in protecting and preserving the amazing biodiversity that is found within this beautiful area.

Umgeni Estuary Conservancy Established in 1991, the Umgeni Estuary Conservancy is a body of individuals who through a shared passion for the uMngeni River work to generate an interest and active participation in others to conserve and restore the river and its riparian zones; and its indigenous fauna and flora from Connaught to the estuarine area at the Beachwood Mangroves.

Umgeni Estuary Conservancy Established in 1991, the Umgeni Estuary Conservancy is a body of individuals who through a shared passion for the uMngeni River work to generate an interest and active participation in others to conserve and restore the river and its riparian zones; and its indigenous fauna and flora from Connaught to the estuarine area at the Beachwood Mangroves.


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