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Leopard Rock Nature Reserve Property Development



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Here, the changing day is announced by the piercing calls of francolins and Guinea Fowl, and sunset is heralded by the cry of the Fish Eagle. Later, the eerie chatter of Hyenas stirs the night air. This is a place where your senses will be refreshed and rejuvenated!

Forty five handpicked one hectare freehold title sites have been made available to discerning people direct from the developer. All sites have been carefully spaced to provide buyers with maximum privacy and uncluttered views, with the emphasis placed on scenery and shade trees.


As safety is a primary concern, trained security staff patrols the veld as well as guard the entrance gate on a 24 hour basis. Electric fencing provides additional protection.


Leopard Rock is surrounded by ‘Big Five’ private game reserves and is located on the R40 between three major Lowveld towns, namely Tzaneen, Phalaborwa and Hoedspruit. Far enough from big city life to enjoy the true sense of open space, yet easily accessible by road and air (Eastgate and Phalaborwa airports have daily flights from most major cities). Nearby amenities include medical facilities, schools, shops and three scenic golf courses. Kruger National Park’s Phalaborwa entrance gate is a mere 40km away.


Whether as an investor, resident or holiday-home owner, once you have experienced Leopard Rock Nature Reserve, you will probably want to stay forever!

Leopard Rock Nature reserve

Situated in Limpopo province, on prime African bushveld, Leopard Rock Nature Reserve offers game farm ownership without the management and maintenance. Prolific wildlife roams in a stunning environment of towering rock outcrops, lush vegetation and natural dams. Giraffe, Nyala, Wildebeest, Klipspringer, Kudu, Zebra and Impala are found in abundance, and Hyena, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhino are all present.


In places, dense bush gives way to a view of the majestic Drakensberg Mountains. A wide variety of trees populate Leopard Rock Nature Reserve and Rock fig trees grace the veld everywhere, anchored by fascinating tentacle-like roots on top of huge granite rocks. During the rainy season the Shabeni River rushes through the reserve, adding excitement and colour. The riverine bush is a paradise for birdwatchers, with an abundance of bushveld birds as well as the opportunity to see raptors such as the Bateleur and Wahlbergs’ eagle.