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ctgm-uitkampwetland

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The Uitkamp Wetland Nature Reserve was proclaimed a nature reserve in 2001. The reserve is a precious 32 ha wetland valley in a renosterveld region, with 140 different plants and many rare species.
ctgm-durbanvillenaturereserve

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Durbanville Nature Reserve is a precious six-hectare site that conserves two critically endangered veld types - Swartland shale renosterveld and Cape Flats sand fynbos - along with many threatened plants and animals. The nature reserve offers walking trails, picnicking, bird watching, educational activities and a venue to hire.
ctgm-zandvlei

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  • Aquatic Habitat
  • Bird And Wildlife Watching
  • Eco-Tour Nature Walk
  • Park Recreation Area
Zandvlei is a recreational area at Lakeside in Cape Town, popular with windsurfers and picnickers. Zandvlei is the only functioning estuary on the False Bay coast, and supports a variety of indigenous fish.
ctgm-zeekoevlei

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Zeekoevlei is the largest natural inland water body in Cape Town. The Zeekoevlei section of the False Bay Nature Reserve is a popular picnicking, sailing and fishing spot. Pelicans, flamingos and many other birds can be seen within the 344 ha site. The Zeekoevlei Yacht Club is situated on the west bank.
ctgm-rondeboschcommon

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  • Eco-Tour Nature Walk
  • Park Recreation Area
Rondebosch Common is an attractive green open space for public use, situated in a built-up area surrounded by local Rondebosch homes and schools. The area supports critically endangered Cape Flats Sand fynbos, with patches of renosterveld, and is also a seasonal wetland.
ctgm-raapenbergbirdsanctuary

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The Raapenberg Bird Sanctuary is a section of the Liesbeek River, located between the Hartleyvale football ground and the South African Astronomical Observatory. The sanctuary features grassy picnic sites and shady trees.
ctgm-tablebay-zoarvlei

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Zoarvlei Wetland forms part of the larger Table Bay Nature Reserve. The reserve protects diverse bird life, including a variety of water birds and gulls. 
ctgm-tablebay-rietvlei

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The Rietvlei Wetland in Table Bay Nature Reserve offers a variety of habitats for local wildlife, including a permanent freshwater lake, shallow marshes that flood in winter, reed beds, a river, and an estuarine lagoon with salt marshes that is open to the sea. A strip of coastal dunes separates the reserve from Table Bay.
ctgm-durbanvillerosegarden

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The award-winning rose garden in Durbanville serves as a global rose nursery for young roses and is one of only three trial rose gardens in the Southern Hemisphere.
ctgm-companysgarden

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The Company’s Garden is situated at the top of Adderley Street, adjacent to the South African Parliament. The garden has a rich cultural and historical heritage, and is a popular site for walking and picnicking.
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