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11/11/2010 - 15:46

Wilderness Lagoon is great for swimming, fishing, canoeing and on the northern edge a walkway/boardwalk which sretches for about 1km. It has benches every 50m and is great for those romantic sunsets or just to throw in a line.

Wilderness Lagoon
Wilderness Lagoon
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Wilderness Lagoon
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11/11/2010 - 15:46

Wilderness Beach is the main beach for Wilderness and is great for fishing, kite surfing and swimming (life gaurds), but swimming in the estuary is recommended. Parking, toilets and showers.

Wilderness Beach
Wilderness Beach
Wilderness Beach
Wilderness Beach
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11/11/2010 - 16:33

When you enter the Iron and cleaning museum in Hartenbos you will be entering the only Iron Museum in Africa. It demonstrates the basic and interesting history of the smoothing of textiles and the cleaning there of. Starting with the earliest century taking you on a step by step journey to the present.
Entrance R5

Iron and cleaning Museum Hartenbos
Iron and cleaning Museum Hartenbos
Iron and cleaning Museum Hartenbos
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28/01/2011 - 18:10

This structure was erected in 1902. The building was also used as a furniture factory and garage for motor repairs. The building is still in a very good state of repair and the solid wooden pillars render a special atmosphere to this edifice.
On the lower level the “touch tank” and aquarium enables visitors and school groups to actively learn about sea life and the creatures along South Africa’s shoreline. A “man and mollusc” exhibition portrays the history of the use of shells by man.

The Shell Museum
The Shell Museum
The Shell Museum
The Shell Museum
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11/11/2010 - 15:15

This is one of two slipways on the Sedgefield lagoon situated on the Island. If you want to enter Swartvlei Lake, this slipway is the closest. (500m from train bridge). Boat permits are needed and can be obtained from Nature Conservation.

Sedgefield Island Slipway
Sedgefield Island Slipway
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11/11/2010 - 15:15

This is a slipway located about 300m from the lagoon mouth. It is a popular slipway used by local fisherman. The area is also used for swimming; bait collecting, shore fishing and bird watching. Ablutions block available next to slipway. Boats need permits which can be obtained at Nature Conservation.

Kingfisher Drive Slipway
Kingfisher Drive Slipway
Kingfisher Drive Slipway
Kingfisher Drive Slipway
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11/11/2010 - 15:47

This 31-m-high Outeniqua yellowwood (Podocarpus falcatus) is one of several yellowwoods in the Knysna and Tsitsikamma forests that qualifies for the title of Big Tree. With a circumference of 9 m, it is estimated to be more than 800 years old. Self issued permits at gate, braai area and toilets.

Woodville Big Tree
Woodville Big Tree
Woodville Big Tree
Woodville Big Tree
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11/11/2010 - 15:30

TheTerblans Hiking Trail is a stunning and easy 6,5 km walk in the middle of the Knysna Forest. Very nice picnic spots with toilets, braai areas and tables. Here you find bush pig, bush buck, leopard, baboons, a variety of birdlife and many spesies of mushroom. Entrance to the hiking trail is with self-issued permits at the start of the trail.

Terblans Hiking Trail Knysna
Terblans Hiking Trail Knysna
Terblans Hiking Trail Knysna
Terblans Hiking Trail Knysna
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11/11/2010 - 15:47

The Stella Maris Catholic Chapel situated on the Herolds Bay beachfront is a lovely little historic building. Founded in 1933, renovated in 1983, and finally restored in 2007.

Stella Maris Catholic Chapel in Herolds Bay
Stella Maris Catholic Chapel in Herolds Bay
Stella Maris Catholic Chapel
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03/02/2012 - 09:19

The Starting Point is at Bat's Cave and ends in Dana Bay. The distance is 15 km one way. The duration 4 hrs. Rating is average, high cliffs on one side. No permit needed, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Cape St Blaize Hiking Trail features coastal views with towering cliffs and rocks and a number of bays and coves.

St Blaize Hiking Trail Mossel Bay