• Some things to do in Steenbok Nature Reserve

    Posted on Get out into the fresh air and walk, run, cycle, or just take a stroll and smell the daisies!! We have a nature reserve on our doorstep. Let’s make the most of it. Read more »
  • New Dog Poop signs

    Posted on New Informative signs are being placed along the pathways to bring awareness of the ongoing problems of pollution caused by dog poop.  Steenbok thanks KAWS and Knysna Basin Project for their support.              The signs have... Read more »
  • The irrigation maintenance team in Steenbok

    Posted on Mihan of O.D.S. landscaping had a walkabout with Louis Krige.   Mihan does a quarterly maintenance check of the irrigation system and  Louis is on hand as a Steenbok volunteer to do frequent checks that the system is running properly... Read more »
  • A walk in Steenbok with Esther Townsend

    Posted on      Credo Environmental Services have agreed that, without consultation with affected residents, no further major clearing will be undertaken on the high-tide pathway to Kingfisher Creek and that the involvement of Credo will be extended to a further visit and... Read more »
  • Heliophila subulata

    Posted on Heliophila meaning ’sun’ and phílos, meaning “dear” or “beloved”, refers to the blooms opening in sun and closing at night or in overcast conditions. Family: Brassicaceae (mustard family) Common name: Wild flax The majority of the species grow in the... Read more »
  • Saturday Soccer in Steenbok

    Posted on CX united Soccer school enjoying a morning of sunshine and exercise with their Coach Arthur and guest Coach Khuse Dasi, Provincial Head Coach of Youth Development Structures. Read more »
  • Steenbok Nature Reserve welcomes new volunteers

    Posted on Louis and Barbara Krige are familiar faces on Leisure Isle.  They regard themselves as an ‘old Knysna’ family.  Barbara’s grandfather had the parish at Belvedere, and bought land on Leisure Island when it was first laid out as residential suburb... Read more »
  • A day out In Steenbok

    Posted on  The residence and day attendees of Epilepsy Knysna, South Cape Karoo Branch enjoyed a morning walk in Steenbok Nature Reserve.  Under the supervision of Gayle Anne Campbell Schmidt, the residence were able to comfortably walk along the Tow Path and... Read more »
  • MAY RAINFALL CHARTS

    Posted on It has been a disappointing May.  As can be seen from the bar-chart our rainfall of 26 mm is half of the 10 year May  average. The cumulative chart shows this year is very similar to 2018 and not too... Read more »
  • A bright picnic spot in Steenbok Nature Reserve

    Posted on Ivy Garden services hard at work around the Sideroxylon inerme (white milkwood) tree near the boat club entrance of Steenbok.  The white milkwood has been trimmed and vegetation around the tree cleared.  Now there is a beautiful, sunny picnic spot with... Read more »