On a part-time basis, Adrian serves as lead digital communications consultant for the Firth Group of farms. This includes Hillcrest Game Estates, Firth Red Brangus, Firth Wagyu, Maquassi Spruit Pecan Nuts and Highlands Cycads. A communications specialist at Content Strategics (Pty) Ltd., Adrian helps small to medium enterprises achieve their primary operational goals by maximising the commercial impact of their media content published across multiple online digital platforms.
Firth Group & Hillcrest Game Estates CEO John Firth and his son hunt at Skrik Van Rondom game farm
Recently, Firth Group and Hillcrest Game Estates CEO John Firth and his son Jonathan, went hunting at Skrik Van Rondom game farm.
A little time off for recreation and some hunting is very much what many South Africans love to do—particularly for many farmers and their families. As such, John believes that it continues to be so important that—within an association like the Cape Wildlife Group—that its members and affiliates feel encouraged and welcome to support one another for short getaway visits and hunting occasions—as often as possible.
The Skrik Van Rondom game farm is situated 50km from Piketberg on the R366. Elandsbay (only 220km from Cape Town) is situated 45km away from the farm. Owner Hennie van Zyl has a great love for his game animals—which are always in excellent condition. Ample Oryx and Kudu roam freely. The game farm features a charming bush camp called Goudkop Lodge. This is an ideal getaway resting spot. The bush camp is well-suited to visitors and guests enjoying leisure time in the bush—ample silence, tranquillity and breathtakingly beautiful views of the Sandveld with game drives and Sandveld hospitality from the top drawer.