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The Caledon Wildflower Garden and Nature Reserve is a place of beauty and conservation. Located in the Klein Swartberg mountains, the reserve is home to some of the most diverse and unique species of fynbos. We are committed to the conservation of this special place and have several ongoing projects to rebuild and protect the garden and nature reserve.

In addition to its rich biodiversity, Caledon is also home to special heritage sites like the Venster Rock and Khoi Kraal. We invite you to come and explore the reserve to discover its many scenic paths, hiking trails, benches and picnic spots. We believe the Caledon Wildflower Garden and Nature Reserve is a place of wonder and should be protected for generations to come.

Most of the information is paraphrased from Our Heritage - A history of Caledon by Joy Edwards

Join us for an Alien Vegetation Hack Drive every last Saturday of the month.

We will meet at The Caledon Wildflower Garden parking lot

Basic training will be provided

To bring:  handsaw, sunscreen, sunhat, gloves, something to drink and a snack.

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Help us take stock of our fauna and flora on the iNatualist app.

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The Overberg Eco Rangers is an exciting program for school aged learners and nature lovers alike!


Through exploration, learning, playing, and adventure, the program teaches the importance of protecting our environment through conservation and environmental based activities, workshops, talks, and events. Come learn more about the projects and how you can join in the fun!

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We need your help to raise the funds for the removal and safe disposal of the asbestos roofing.

Conservation partners
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