Friends of Tokai Park is committed to the restoration and conservation of Fynbos at Tokai Park, including critically endangered Cape Flats Sand Fynbos and Peninsula Granite Fynbos. Such restoration is essential to reconnecting our community to nature and our natural heritage.
We foresee Tokai Park and its surrounds meeting the current and future needs of our naturally-occurring indigenous plant and animal species as well as those of our people – thereby becoming an integral part of Table Mountain National Park and its immediately-adjacent neighbour, the City of Cape Town.
We are a WESSA-affiliated Friends Group and registered PBO made up of 1 450-plus volunteers. Our core values are: biodiversity, community, heritage and safety. Backed by sound ecological principles, solid scientific research and a practicable vision, we contribute to the restoration and conservation of Tokai Park. We regularly host alien hacks, guest talks, guided walks and other special events.