Game and game trips
The game on the Estate do not belong to the House Owners’ Association and the Association therefore has no direct expenses for keeping game on the Estate. The game, however, have free access to the Estate from the adjacent nature reserve and roam about freely on the Estate. The game trips are handled by the House Owners Association and the income generated from this is put to use to the benefit of the Association. Game trips give residents the opportunity to enjoy nature and view the more than 23 game species, the beautiful vegetation and the abundant bird life on the estate. Game trips are offered daily. A maximum of 10 persons can be accommodated per game trip. The game on the estate include kudu, giraffe, zebra, sable, roan antelope, nyala, waterbuck, impala, gemsbok, springbuck, duiker, steenbok and rhebuck.
There are various hiking trails laid out on the estate and adjacent game reserve. Charts of the hiking trails are available at the main entrance gate. The routes vary in grades of difficulty and are specifically laid out for viewing the most beautiful parts of the estate. Various indigenous plants, a variety of big and small game species, as well as a huge variety of birds can be seen on the routes.
Horse stables, horse riding and horse training
The horse stables are situated on the adjacent game reserve and are privately operated. Horse riding can be arranged directly with the operator.
Horse-riding classes are available at the stables for children and adults. Horse training is also done here.
Contact Surieta for more information at:083 399 0646
There are two tennis courts on the Estate. Tennis courts are for exclusive use by the residents and preference is given to residents who are members of the Woodland Hills Tennis Club. The tennis courts are equipped with floodlights and must be booked in advance.
The Community Centre accommodates more or less 400 people. The hall is mainly used for estate activities. Open-door church services for the entire community of the estate are held in the community centre on Sundays.
The Bowling Club at the Lifestyle Village was established in January 2007 and already boasts more than 50 active members. There is one bowling green and a clubhouse on the estate. Regular bowling days and tournaments are held at the Hillandale Bowling Club is already a well-known club in the city.
The clubhouse is situated next to the bowling green at Hillandale Lifestyle Village. The clubhouse is equipped with a complete kitchen and bar area that includes all crockery. The entertainment area accommodates more or less 60 people and the facilities are available for functions when required.
Enquiries: Engela @ 084 490 6356
Residents are allowed to fish in some of the dams on the estate, subject to certain rules and regulations. All fish caught must be thrown back.