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About Fort Fordyce Nature Reserve

Fort Fordyce Nature Reserve is situated between Fort Beaufort and Adelaide. There are ancient remnants of rock art from the first people to inhabit the area, the San people.

The reserve's escarpment is covered in grasslands and there are many indigenous forests, valleys, and rocky cliffs. There is an abundance of wildlife to be seen, such as black wildebeest, red hartebeest, bush buck, mountain reedbuck, blue duiker and tree dassie.

Bird watchers can expect to spot the Cape parrot, eagles, Knysna loeries, sunbirds, flycatchers and hornbills. Bass fishing, horse riding and hiking are some of the many activities visitors can enjoy in the reserve.

Telephone:
(043) 742 4450
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Accommodation near Fort Fordyce Nature Reserve

Tri-Angle B&B and Guesthouse

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Midgley's Hotel

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Fort Fordyce Nature Reserve Map

Fort Fordyce Nature Reserve is 16.2km from the centre of Adelaide , the nearest airport 168.2km (East London Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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