Bredell highlights CapeNature’s role in support of Tourism Month with Stony Point visit.
Anton Bredell, Western Cape Minister of Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning visited CapeNature’s Stony Point Reserve outside Betty’s Bay today. “September is recognised as Tourism Month, and I want to invite people to find their way to one of the fantastic CapeNature reserves in the Western Cape where nature combined with tourism offers the perfect escape,” Bredell said.
Bredell was briefed on the conservation work CapeNature is doing with a colony of the endangered African penguin who now resides in the historic Waaygat Whaling Station. “In the past, nature was exploited for economic gain through whaling at Waaygat. Today, we are supporting our economy by protecting wildlife at the same site,” Bredell said.