We are migrating to a card only payment system, phasing out cash payments. Card payments are safer for visitors and staff. No cash means no crime and less touching, which is cleaner and healthier for everyone. Cash payments are no longer accepted, we encourage visitors to make the switch to cashless.
Eziko braai area entrance fees 2021
Entrance fee: R100 (Garden entrance included)
Lapa: R250 (Non-refundable deposit payable 24hrs after signing a venue hire agreement)
Wooden pallets and firewood will not be allowed in the garden
- Monday – Sunday: 08h00-18h00, no entry after 17h00.
An urban oasis to explore
This 76 ha urban oasis is a pristine getaway situated in the eastern suburbs of South Africa’s administrative capital, Pretoria.
A 35 m high quartzite outcrop divides the garden in two sections. Its frosty south-facing section and the north-facing, warmer section present two different worlds to the visitor and botanist. A paved nature trail gives access to the fascinating natural vegetation on the ridge, which boasts a diversity of indigenous fauna and flora.
Fifty hectares of the total area is devoted to developed garden, using almost exclusively South African plants. All the flowering plant species to be seen, including 50% of the country’s tree species, make this garden a botanical tapestry. Visitors are offered a glimpse of different biomes such as savanna and forest biomes. Different theme gardens are continuously being developed.
The garden is home to the Head Office of the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and successfully bridges the gap between scientific research and the recreational environment.
2 Cussonia Ave, Brummeria, Pretoria, South Africa.
Private Bag x101
- 28°16’19.8″E 25°44’18.2″S
- Long 28.27218 Lat -25.73838