This exceptional park is set in 15 magnificent hectares that form part of an extensive nature reserve in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. Immaculately kept lawns look over elegant ponds and lakes fringed by weeping willow trees. The Nirox Foundation offers an international artists residency programme and sculptural works by the artists can be found dotted throughout the park. There are also a number of festivals and concerts held at the park, the biggest of which is the annual Winter Sculpture Fair in May.
The park is open at weekends for visitors and events. Check the schedule of events and buy your entrance tickets online at Nirox Arts (entrance costs R100, kids R50). During spring-summer 2018 lunch is available at the pop-up restaurant Nita's Kitchen which serves a harvest table lunch and meze dishes (open 10:00-16:30).