Rietfontein Nature Reserve - Johannesburg
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Rietfontein Nature Reserve is about 24km north of the city in the small suburb of Paulshof. This 25 hectare indigenous green space with its quartzite koppie evokes in all visitors a feeling of being in the country.
When you stand on Rietfontein ridge what will strike you is the number of grey loeries contentedly flying about your head. It's obviously a place they like, and it's sure to be a place you will enjoy spending time in too.
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