This is a very attractive reserve of coastal forest vegetation interspersed with grassland. Some good, well defined trails have been established. Details of these may be obtained from the office at the entrance gate. There is a small dam. The reserve is bounded on the north and west by the Umhlatuzana River. Bushbuck, common reedbuck, grey, blue and red duiker, impala, zebra and nyala, as well as an interesting population of small mammals and birds are to be seen. Night drives can be arranged. There is an entrance fee. There is also rustic campsite which can accommodate 20 people.
Durban, in the south-western suburb of Yellowwood Park, 14 km from the city centre. From the southern freeway take the Montclair-Clairwood exit. At the traffic lights turn right into Blamey Road, go under the freeway, past the next set of lights, turning left at the third set of traffic lights into South Coast Road. Turn right into Kenyon Howden Road, and continue up to Yellowwood Park.