Indigenous Open Gardens
We have a great line up of two well established gardens two young gardens and a small garden highlighting how nature can be used to enhance the quality of life for a young family.
The gardens are all within a relatively short distance of each other on an easy route so visitors can take their time to enjoy the gardens and soak in the beauty of the environments created by the passionate gardeners. The route for the gardens is printed on the tickets and is also available on our website
R60 will give access to all 5 gardens as well as the Tetley Tea Garden which this year is based at the Kloof Senior Priamary. At the Tetley Tea Garden visitors can enjoy the traditional cup-of tea or coffee and a slice of cake. We also have nurseries selling indigenous plants and garden crafts by metal/wire craftsmen will also be on sale.
Children under 12 are free as we do try to encourage young families to visit the gardens and experience the enhanced quality of life a healthy indigenous garden can provide. To keep the youngsters entertained we will be running a competition which involves an activity at each garden - entries will be available at all entry gates.
Visitors can also buy R10 tickets for our traditional raffle with some great prizes including a weekend away at Ezemvelo's Hilltop Camp in Hluhluwe, porcelain from Ento Ceramics, nursery voucher, books and more.
We are utilizing the latest payment technology and visitors can for the first time pay for the entry tickets and purchases at the tuck-shop with their cellphones using the ZAPPER cashless payment system - just load the ZAPPER app on your smartphone and payments are swift and easy!
For more details visit our website: www.kloofconservancy.org.za