Leopard's Rock Hout Bay

Leopard's Rock Hout Bay

Leopard's Rock, a memorial piece

Driving up towards Chapman's Peak, you will come to the end of Main road and see to your right, the bronze leopard of Hout Bay, which was sculptured by Ivan Milford-Barberton and completed in 1963. It was then placed on its pedestal on 14th March that year, by the Divisional Council. Pepsi-Cola supported the project and donated the bronze.

 The sculpture is a memorial to the many wild animals that once roamed the mountains of the peninsula. The last leopard seen in Hout Bay was in 1937 on Little Lion's Head.

Where: 
Main Road
Hout Bay
Cape Town
South Africa
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