Bluff Nature Reserve

Bluff Nature Reserve

Public Forest/Natural AreaBird and Wildlife Watching

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The reserve is 45ha in extent and provides an excellent opportunity for viewing water birds, including the common Purple Gallinule and rare Lesser Jacana. The main attractions are the large natural water body, wetland community, and patch of coastal lowland forest. The diverse plant life is also a major attraction.

Managing Agency: Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife
Type: Nature Reserve
Facilities: Bird hides; Self-guided trails; Picnic areas; Braai facilities
Opening Hours: 07h00 - 16h00
Dogs: No

Driving Directions: Take the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Freeway (Southern
Freeway) south from Durban towards Amanzimtoti. Take the Jacobs off-ramp and turn left into Quality Street. Travel along this street until the Tara Road intersection. The reserve entrance is diagonally across the road to the left (off Tara Road).

Travel time (from central Durban): 15 minutes

031 469 2807

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