The Garden Route National Park has added one more day, Saturday, the 15th September 2018, which is also International Coastal Clean-Up Day to the SA National Parks Week campaign. "We decided to extend the free access week to include locals who could not make it during the week," says Paddy Gordon, park manager.
The park has hosted groups for planned activities organised by people and conservation officers during the week in all three sections of the park which comprises Knysna, Wilderness and Tsitsikamma. Visitors are encouraged to visit the parks various activities including hiking, Big trees, picnic spots and others. Tsitsikamma has planned a rugby fixture starting at 10am at the Storms River Playgrounds.
SANParks honorary rangers in Knysna have also initiated a clean-up campaign led by Delle Henry and her team. Residents in Knysna are invited to join between 11am to 2pm.