ARROWSA in partnership with the Palmiet Nature Reserve (PNR) Committee and eThekwini Parks and Nature Reserves facilitates educational programmes for schools and walks for the public to the reserve. The educational programmes are custom made for the age, grade and relevant school curriculum. The programmes focus on the cultural and natural heritage of the Durban area and the role that the reserve plays in preserving this heritage. An annual community walk and ad hoc visits by overseas and national visitors are also facilitated by ARROWSA in the reserve. Weather permitting the programmes and walks include a visit to the iGwalagwala cliff archaeological site. ARROWSA, with AMAFA, and supported by the PNR committee conducted an archaeological investigation at the iGwalagwala cliff. This archaeological dig is now an educational site. Artefacts found within the dig are housed at the Bergtheil Museum Westville. The programmes and walks include evidence of the different cultures that occupied the Gwalagwala site through the ages and what fauna and flora they would have used for survival within the reserve. The sustainability of the environment and the lifestyles of previous inhabitants compared to present day practices is also highlighted.