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Moreleta Kloof Nature Area
Moreletakloof Nature Reserve Coordinates 'S25 49 027 E028 17 465

Jacobus and Cornelia Erasmus owned a dairy farm here in the early 1800’s. Carel Erasmus bought the farm in 1877 and built a three-roomed house which today is the chapel. In 1903 his son-in-law Johan Marneweck , built his house on the land which now has been converted into the Rademeyers restaurant.

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Activities and Facilities

  • Hiking trails, restaurant and wedding venue
  • Moreletakloof offers an exciting network of hiking trails of approximately 7,5 km
  • Three hiking trails are available:
  • Rademeyer hiking trail: 1,57 km
  • Duiker hiking trail: 2,89 km
  • Suikerbos hiking trail: 3,32 km
  • Bookings are only necessary for the guided walks - preferably 4 weeks in advance
  • Guide: R125,00

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Wildlife

There is abundant bird life and also game like springbok, blesbok, impala and zebra.

Vegetation

The Moreletakloof Nature Reserve falls in tow vegetation units: the north-wstern part is Gold Reef Mountain Bushveld with rocky quartzite ridges, and the south-eastern part is Marikana Thornveld and open Sweet acacia karoo woodland.

Visiting hours

  • Summer ( September - April): 06:00 - 18:00
  • Winter ( May - August): 06:00 - 18:00  

How to get there

From the N1, take the Rigel Avenue turn-off and travel east. Turn left into Solomon Mahlangu (Hans Strijdom) Avenue; right into Rubenstein Street; and left into Helios Street. Parking is available in Helios Street.

Bookings and Contact Numbers

Bookings are only necessary for the guided walks - preferably 4 weeks in advance

Enquiries: 012 358 1510
Fax: 012 358 0467
E-mail Adelene Marais at Email address : adelenel@tshwane.gov.za

Admission Fees

Entrance is free

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