The Old Yellowwood Church in Bulwer
|• Total||12.70 km2 (4.90 sq mi)|
|• Density||100/km2 (270/sq mi)|
|Racial makeup (2011)|
|• Black African||93.2%|
|First languages (2011)|
Bulwer is a small town in the KwaZulu-Natal's Midlands region, South Africa. It is situated on the R617 regional road between the towns of Boston and Underberg and around 50 minutes north-west of the town of Ixopo on the R56. The village is nestled in the shadow of the Amahwaqa (the misty one) mountain.
The town is named after Natal Governor Sir Henry Bulwer, having been founded during his tenure.:256 Bulwer is a prominent tourist destination for various reasons. It's a popular birding spot, a beautiful place to just relax, but mainly it's a flying destination for both hang gliders and paragliders. Both local and international pilots flock to Bulwer for flying around the year.
The Old Yellowwood Church
The Old Yellowwood Church in Bulwer was built from handsawn yellowwood in 1885. It was renovated by Mondi in 1989.
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- Bulwer Take Off 1850 m
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