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Helderberg Nature Reserve

22 Feb

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History

In the early 1960’s, The Rotary Club of Somerset West suggested that a Nature Reserve would benefit the Community.
On 3 October 1964, the farmland was opened as a reserve by the Administrator of the Cape.

The Helderberg Nature Reserve is situated in Somerset West on the slopes of the beautiful Helderberg Mountain overlooking False Bay.

There are picnic spots, an information centre, our Guinea gift shop, exhibitions and hiking trails for young and old. See our lovely Bontebok, and watch the tortoises lazily mowing our lawns.

Contact Information

  • Information Centre: (021) 851-4060
    Indigenous Nursery: (021) 851-9192
    (open Tuesday – Friday from 10:00-16:00)
    (open Saturday from 10:00-14:00)
  • Environmental Education Centre: (021) 852-8831
  • Resource Centre: (021) 852-8831
  • Reserve management: (021) 851-6982
  • After hours (emergency only): (021) 957-4700

Entrance fees

Vehicle R5.00
Bus R250.00 (prior arrangement only)
Adult R10.00
Child R5.00 (under the age of 13)

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