The natural habitat of the estate can be accessed through a network of hiking and mountain biking trails established throughout the estate. A map for these can be found on the estate website (link to doc). The natural areas of the estate are managed according to strict ecologically sound principles. The estate borders the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve, separated only by a well-maintained 20m wide fire-break. Green belts acting as wildlife corridors have been established between agricultural and residential areas of the estate. The estate lies within the Berg River catchment area. Waterways are kept clear of alien vegetation, and erosion is prevented and controlled. Storm water quality is regulated and monitored. The estate hosts a wide variety of birds, mammals, insects, and reptiles. The presence of apex predators is evidence of an ecologically balanced habitat.