Biomimicry Walk in the Crocodile River Reserve

Sun May 22, 08:30 - Sun May 22, 11:30
The Sheds, Crocodile River Reserve


The miracle of nature is that whenever there has been a challenge, there is an organism that has found a way to conquer it. On Sunday 24th April 2022, we take a walk through the Crocodile River Reserve with Jonathan Leeming to explore this theme.

The Crocodile River Reserve boasts a variety of eco-systems and habitats within which there are many special species, some of them threatened and vulnerable. The Egoli Granite Grassland in particular, endemic to Gauteng, and noted as highly threatened due to massive urbanisation and development in the Province, is well and thriving in the Reserve. The Geological formations are unique and noted internationally. Our rocks are amongst the oldest in the world, stromatolites that hosted the first forms of life on earth.

Join acclaimed author, speaker and conservationist, Jonathan Leeming on a practical exploration of the environment to discover inspiration that will help us solve the challenges of our time.

Cost: R85 per adult, R45 for children under 12

Additional information

Age restriction Family friendly
Refund policy No refunds


Biomimicry Walk in the Crocodile River Reserve
The Sheds, Crocodile River Reserve
4XGG+F4 Centurion, South Africa
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