Not known for being an especially green city, this oasis in the
west side of Johannesburg covers 741 acres (300ha), offering lush
gardens and scenic hiking trails. The gardens are a terrific place
for bird watching (over 200 species) and garden-enthusiasts
interested in seeing a variety of flora and fauna (over 600
species). After a walk or hike, it is common practice to enjoy a
picnic on the lawns at the foot of the breathtaking Witpoortjie
Address: end of Malcolm Road, Poortview, Roodepoort Website: www.sanbi.org Telephone: 086 100 1278 Opening Time: Daily 8am to 6pm, no entry after 5pm. Admission: R25 for adults, concessions available.
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