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Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden

  • 4.6

  • from 13812 Google reviews

About the garden

Botanical conservation garden laid out exclusively with Southern African plants, with associated 275ha. of nature reserve, and a number of feature areas to visit. There is also a lovely restaurant in the garden together with a children's play area. At the Witpoortjie Waterfall we have a resident pair of Black Eagles nest and breed annually.

Opening times

Monday - Sunday: 08h00 to 17h00

Useful details

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Shops

None

Gauteng

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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 13812 Google reviews

Shruti Mangal

7 months ago

4

Beautiful park with a lovely waterfall. Great for picnics and hiking. Lovely place to spend a day in the great outdoors. Went on a busy day with a nice flea market and live performances. Great place for kids and adults alike, the kids play area was also good. The swings could be better maintained and so could be the toilets. Restaurant was okay too.

John Craig

5 months ago

5

A truly fantastic botanical garden, offering a range of casual walks and rugged geological hiking trails for more adventurous sightseers. The gardens are well laid out and kept in stunning condition. There's plenty for the whole family to do, including play parks and trails for younger children, a beautiful restaurant and lots of open space to sit down, relax, and enjoy the view. The centre point of the gardens is the waterfalls, which is an absolute must see. There's a rugged path that leads to the top of the falls and up into the surrounding hills. It's tough going, hard on the knees but the views make it altogether worthwhile. Will definitely be back πŸ˜€

Haseena Saley Craigie

3 months ago

4

Such a stunning place and it's like breathing clean, fresh air. There is ample places to have a picnic and the views are immaculate. The only downside is that there are no Bins so you have to literally carry your garbage around but it's good for the environment I suppose. Just be sure to take something for your litter.

Beaulene van Staden

a month ago

5

This botanical garden is such a nice place to visit! It is well kept, the grass is beautifully cut and green. Even though it is slightly dry here and there, it was still a pleasure to visit. Waiting for some rains to fall and will be visiting again! A lot of running area for kids with a nice play area, there is also a train which I think was R20 per ride that does a round in the gardens. Entrance was R70 per adult! Really worth visiting.

Puseletso Molikeng

2 months ago

5

I absolutely loved this botanical park! It's so beautiful. I was so mesmerized by the Witpoortjie waterfall. I spent most of my visit literally just staring at the waterfall. 😍😍😍 The park is so clean and big enough to accommodate patrons especially for picnic vibes. I love the fact that there's a play area for the little ones. Just walking around the park was such a fun experience for me. This was definitely worth my time.

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+27 86 100 1278

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