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Draft of the minutes of the WRRA Annual General Meeting held Wednesday 21st February




Refuse Removal for the upcoming public holidays will be as follows:

 Wednesday, 21 March will be removed on Thursday, 22 March

Friday, 30 March will be removed on Thursday, 29 March

Monday, 2 April will be removed on Tuesday, 3 April

Friday, 27 April will be removed on 26 April

Tuesday 1 May will be removed on 2 May (Wilderness effected)


Raising of the Garden Route Dam Wall


N2 Proclaimed Re-alignment Road Reserve

The threat of an alternative new route for the N2 passing through Wilderness Heights etc. now appears to be finally over. It is understood that SANRAL is actively persuing the process to de-proclaim the road reserve and any other unwanted land with the intention to then sell the land by auction. The exact process is currently not known.

This does not effect the current routing of the N2 which is scheduled for a major upgrade. On 6th March we were advised that the final Basic Assesment Report has been submitted to the Dept of Environmental Affairs for approval. It appears that the project will be split into two sections split at Zundorf/Southside.


Choo-Tjoe Re-Opening : Is is about to become a reality ?


Where can you walk your dogs on the beaches ?

Clearing of vacant stands - Important warning to owners


 For visitors and residents alike the site should give you a wealth of information about the history, geology and on-going activities in and around Wilderness. There are photo galleries, articles of interest, calendars of events and a comprehensive directory of activities in and around Wilderness.

The Garden Route, and Wilderness in particular, is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Long sandy beaches, forested rivers, lakes, and mountains abound. Crossing over the mountains one enters a different world, that of the semi-arid Klein (small) Karoo.

At low water it is possible to walk over 50kms along the beach from Wilderness to Knysna. This takes you past towering cliffs and  massive vegetatiBurchals Coucalon covered dunes, flat rock formations, rough seas, and calm swimming beaches. Kite surfers, body surfers, board surfers, all abound along the coast.

At Victoria Bay it is rare to find a day without surfers in the water.

The lakes and rivers offer the opportunity for swimming, sailing, canoeing, pedal boats and more. The Touw River provides the opportunity to hire boats or canoes and see our village from a different vantage point.

Activities abound. For the adventurous there are opportunities as varied as paragliding to abseiling. There are short walks to long hikes in the forests, beaches or along towering cliff tops where you can see the sea crashing into the rocks far below.

As a favourite for tourists Wilderness has a range of restaurants from five star to quality pub fare. Accommodation is provided by hotels and over eighty B&B's and Guest Houses!

We trust that the site will help you to enjoy Paradise !

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