Much of that lovely shade in the picnic areas of the Nature Reserve has gone, lost in the big storm. The Friends have made an urgent appeal for donations to their tree fund to allow new large trees to be
We spent most of this hack clearing a large patch of port jackson not far above the reservoir. These plants have grown more outward than upward and as a consequence are difficult to grab and remove with a tree popper.
This was a pretty hot hack, the last of our early summer starts. We toiled under a blue sky and unrelenting sun and so sought shade for our tea break. A very suitable spot was occupied by a duiker.
Our quarterly newsletter is available for downloading – enjoy this informative and interesting read in either English or Afrikaans: Click here for English: Newsletter april 2017 email Click here for Afrikaans: Nuusbrief April 2017 email
Every so often, you meet someone quite extraordinary, with an incredible tale to tell. Today was one of those days, and the extraordinary person I had the pleasure of chatting to was Hugh Middleton. Hugh has become somewhat of a
The November Newsletter is available in both English and Afrikaans – click on the link below and enjoy an entertaining and informative read! newsletter-november-2016-email nuusbrief-november-2016-email
Having previously played to capacity crowds in the Reserve, the Jesse Jordan Band is all set to launch the Summer Sunday sunset concert series on 4 December 2016 at the Helderberg Nature Reserve in Somerset West. The Jesse Jordan Band
What a fabulous article about the Nature Reserve, featured in the Burger this week! Everything you need to know about our beautiful reserve. Thanks Malani Venter!! buite_8-november-burger-newspaper
We’re delighted to feature in the latest newsletter from the U3A! An informative and well-researched article. Thank you Ewald! U3A News Helderberg Quarterly Newsletter, November 2016 Written by Ewald Swart, Editor of U3A Quarterly Newsletter Get to Know
(Bolander Newspaper, 1 November 2016, Anne Alessandri) I’ve lived in Somerset West for over 20 years – and for all of that time, I’ve happily waved at the same cheerful face every time I’ve gone to visit the Helderberg Nature