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Durbanville Nature Reserve

Set in a scenic veld where renosterveld coastal fynbos and mountain fynbos grow side-by-side, Durbanville Nature Reserve offers wonderful walking trails, picnic spots and bird-watching opportunities. Flower enthusiasts would also like to know that Durbanville Nature Reserve is a protective home to two rare plant species, Aristea lugens and Serruria bronii.

The 16-hectare reserve is set in the heart of Durbanville, among some top wine farms and adjacent to Durbanville Racecourse. Along with its rare species of fauna and flora, it is also the natural habitat for wild animals such as the Angulate Tortoise, Small Grey Mongoose and Cape Rain Frog.


  • Walking trails, picnic spots and birdwatching sites
  • Rare plant species, Aristea lugens and Serruria bronii
  • Home to wild animals including the Angulate Tortoise, Small Grey Mongoose and Cape Rain Frog

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Durbanville Nature Reserve

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Tags: Angulate Tortoise, birdwatching, Cape Rain Frog, Durbanville Nature Reserve, Durbanville Racecourse, picnic spots, plant species, Walking trails