This is the closest part of the province to Gauteng being only 80km from Pretoria. It offers good bushveld and broadleaved woodland birding as well as a good diversity of water birds. Goliath and Black Heron, Comb Duck and White-Backed Duck can be seen on the dam as well as a host of wader including Wood and Common Sandpipers. The acacia woodland holds Barred Wren-Warbler, Fairy Flycatcher Cape Penduline Tit and in the Broadleaved woodland look out for Coqui Francolin, Great Sparrow and Flappet Lark. Various rarities have been found here as well, with a Greater Frigate bird and Golden Pipit boosting the reserves lists. To get there, take the N1 north and take the Hammanskraal off ramp and follow the signs to Rust de Winter.