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We Are Going Cashless

We Are Going Cashless

Harold Porter Botanical Garden

We Are Going Cashless

The Harold Porter National Botanical Garden is migrating to a card-only payment system and is phasing out cash payments.

Card payments are safer for visitors and staff.

No cash means no crime and less touching, which is cleaner and healthier for everyone.

Cash will still be accepted, but we encourage visitors to make the switch to cashless.

Thank you for your cooperation and support. Enjoy your visit!

For more information, contact Harold Porter Botanical Gardens.

We Are Going Cashless

Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

The Harold Porter National Botanical Garden in Betty’s Bay covers almost 200 hectares of land between mountains and sea and is set in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve. The Garden is internationally recognised as a conservation biosphere in the beautiful Ov...

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