Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve

Peggy Vera Road
Kibler Park

Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve

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Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve, 11 kilometres south of Joburg city centre, is a 680ha nature reserve. Its name means "stone river mountain" in Afrikaans. Mainly comprising open veld and koppies, the reserve is home to 150 bird species; 600 plant species; wildlife, including blesbok, zebra and duiker; as well as a rich archaeological site. It boasts the highest concentration of identified Iron Age sites on the Witwatersrand.
The reserve falls within the greater Klipriviersberg Conservancy.

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