The Bronberg Conservancy is located on the South East side of Pretoria, in the Gauteng province of South Africa. It is marked by its outstanding landscapes including rocky Hill Slopes and unique Ecological zones that provide a Home to a wide range of Fauna and Flora. The estimate terrain Elevation above seal level is 1484 metres.
All over the world more and more people are becoming conscious of the degradation of our natural environment. The causes of this degradation are complex but are indirectly related to the human population explosion. It is no longer possible to reinstate ourselves in the natural world, but we may endeavor to protect and even rehabilitate our natural habitat.
The Bronberg Conservancy is situated close to the Major Urban Settlements of Gauteng, which forms one of the Provinces, in South Africa (Pretoria and Johannesburg). The unique Ecological and Physical features of the Bronberg, make it worthy of protection from conventional urban development and other inappropriate uses.
The Bronberg Conservancy is formed through an association of Private Landowners who have jointly agreed; to take down fences between their properties and to allow the Wild Game to wander, freely in the Area. The Bronberg Mountain, represents the Eastern section of the Magaliesberg Mountain Range, which is 100 times older than Everest. This old Mountainous region lies between the Suburbs of, Garsfontein and Graham Road (Lynnwood Road extension) South-East of Pretoria. The Pienaars river originates here and has eroded a passage through the Bronberg. The Bronberg Conservancy covers an area of over 300 hectares, and includes a number of Ecological zones, incorporating Quartzite Ridges as well as, Grassland Areas. It is Home to a remarkable diversity of Plant and Animal life! The plants, animals, birds, insects etc in the Conservancy have been partially cataloged, but we continually find new species. The lists provided are updated on a regular basis.
A variety of species of game have been reintroduced, that were previously found in the Area. These include: Blue Wildebeest, Impala, Springbok, Zebra, Kudu, Red Hartebeest, Bushbuck and Water buck. Smaller mammals such as the black-backed jackal, duiker and rock dassie have been resident in the Conservancy all along. The game numbers have to be actively managed to avoid overgrazing.

28° 19' 55.2", -25° 28' 48"