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Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden

  • 4.6

  • from 13217 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 13217 Google reviews

Angela Deh

3 months ago

5

A day in nature that sits on the edge of urban life was just what was called for on this beautiful Sunday morning. We had a vigorous walk in the hillside. Wearing basic hiking boots made it easier to walk the rocky paths that were clearly marked. There were pathways that we could choose that were evenly paved our going up into the Bush which created a bit more adventure. Plaques marked geological features that also enhanced my understanding of the view. There is plenty to enjoy at this well kept nature reserve. An anytime favorite.

Candice Thebus

4 months ago

5

Beautiful garden with waterfall view. Ideal for walks and picnics. Family friendly. May sight eagles, various species of birds. Has a wide variety of plants and flowers. Restaurant on site. Entrance fees: Adult, R65. Pensioner, R65 (Free entry on Tuesdays) Student, R40 (valid student card required) Scholar, R20 (grades 1 – 12) Children under 6 years, Free

Shruti Mangal

3 weeks 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.

Naledi Makaba

7 months ago

5

Beautiful garden, with a somewhat intense hike up the hills though. But its definitely worth it once you get to the top, the views are magnificent and span as far as the eye can see. An awesome way to start your Saturday or Sunday. I had gone for a hike, specifically so I did not get a chance to explore the garden and walking trails. I will certainly go back to explore more soon.

Xoli S

a year ago

5

Beautiful, calm, clean and well looked after. You can have your picnic peacefully at the venue. Entrance fee is quite affordable. There's also a hiking trail for the whole family. Oh not to forget the gorgeous and breathtaking waterfall. On site restaurant too!

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+27 86 100 1278

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