Randjesfontein Conservancy was established in 2008 and is registered with the Gauteng Conservancy Association (Membership number 057)
|To manage and improve the environment.
|To educate the community about our conservancy.
|To ensure all open spaces and horse trails are improved.
The conservation of species habitat is one of our primary objectives.
Natural grasses form the habitat for guinea fowls, marsh owls and francolin that inhabit the estate.
Randjesfontein was chosen from the whole of the Transvaal by a Voortrekker family who crossed the Vaal River in 1836. The farm has been passed down from father to son for generations.
It has seen the Highveld around it give birth to two major cities, and yet to this very day, it has remained exquisitely unspoilt.
It was with a sad heart that the family finally realised that due to the encroaching cities, their inheritance had to be shared with others. They agreed to a low density development of Country Estates with equestrian activities for a select few which would retain the spirit of Randjesfontein with dignity, without it being desecrated by thousands of postage stamp stands.