Bird Sanctuaries (10 of 484 Things To Do in Gauteng)

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MonteCasino Bird Gardens

Experience the wonder of the Montecasino Bird Gardens - the only facility of its kind in Africa. Here, families and nature-lovers can marvel at the largest and most diverse private collection of African cycads in ...

President Park Bird Sanctuaries / Animal Sanctuaries / Wheelchair Friendly

Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary

The Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary in Midrand is open to the public from Monday to Sunday - 10h00 to 16h00. The Park has a wide variety of Birds (including Birds of Prey), Herbivores (plant eaters), ...

Muckleneuk Parks & Gardens / Bird Sanctuaries / Wheelchair Friendly

Visit the Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary

The Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary lies in Muckleneuk and is a regular Sunday afternoon picnic spot for families. The area around the Blue Crane restaurant, which lies virtually on the dam and adjacent reed ...

Paulshof Animal Sanctuaries / Bird Sanctuaries / Birding

Rietfontein Nature Reserve

Just next to Sunninghill, in the little suburb of Paulshof, you will find the 25 hectare green space known as Rietfontein Nature Reserve. It is also where FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is based, who heal ...

Boksburg Bird Sanctuaries / Birding / Family Entertainment

Pet Masters Bird Park

Pet Masters, previously known as Le Grange Bird Park in Boksburg, Gauteng is a visitor’s park that also breeds species of birds, trades them and has a range of birds and fish on display. The late Jannie and ...

Victory Park Bird Sanctuaries

Florence Bloom Bird Sanctuary

The Florence Bloom Bird Sanctuary is concealed within one of the biggest and most treasured natural gems in Gauteng, Delta Park; right in the heart of Johannesburg. Delta Park comprises grasslands and forested ...

Germiston Bird Sanctuaries

Rondebult Bird Sanctuary

In the East Rand, which is considered to be part of greater Johannesburg, there can be found a variety of industrial giants, retail malls and suburban areas. However, this part of the Gauteng Province is also a ...

Irene Bird Sanctuaries / Birding

Bird Watching at Smuts House

Although Irene is now part of Centurion in Tshwane, it has a history that predates human civilisation as we know it. In fact, the rocks found here are believed to be 2 700 million years old. This certainly places ...

Centurion Parks & Gardens / Bird Sanctuaries

Luton Valley Bird Sanctuary

The pretty area of Tshwane incorporates the city of Pretoria and its surrounds, in the heart of the Gauteng Province. It is only a short drive from Johannesburg and its OR Tambo International Airport. And it is ...

Midrand Family Entertainment / Bird Sanctuaries

Beaulieu Bird Sanctuary

Part of the buzzing metropolis of Johannesburg is the nearly-rural suburb of Beaulieu, where gorgeous sprawling properties are nestled in the green countryside of Gauteng. Here, the big-city vibe and any of the ...

Gauteng as a destination

If you are considering visiting Gauteng or have already booked your Gauteng accommodation, then you are probably keen to see what activities are available and what there is to do in the area. Explore our growing selection of Things to Do in Gauteng, or view the events that are taking place in Gauteng during your stay, or suggest an activity if you come across something we've missed.

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