LEADING GRILL COMPANY, MEGAMASTER, IS HELPING RHINOS WITH ROCKWOOD

LEADING GRILL COMPANY, MEGAMASTER, IS HELPING RHINOS WITH ROCKWOOD

ROCKWOOD IS FINDING INNOVATIVE WAYS TO SUPPORT RHINO CONSERVATION.

Have you ever wanted to see Rockwood for yourself? Have you ever wanted to get involved in helping rhinos beat extinction? You could win the experience of a lifetime for you and three friends at Rockwood to meet our rhinos face-to-face. Plus, a four-night stay at our 5-star luxury lodge.

We’re continually looking for new ways to support rhino conservation. So when South Africa’s leading grill and outdoor cooking company, Megamaster, approached us about a possible collaboration to get involved in helping rhinos, we were super excited.

eco-friendly firelighter

HOW IS MEGAMASTER HELPING RHINOS ?

Megamaster is helping raise awareness of the plight of Africa’s rhinos while generating much-needed funding for Rockwood with an innovative new eco-friendly firelighter. The key ingredient of which is our rhino’s dung!

With every fire lit using a Rhino Ball Eco-Firelighter, you’ll help us in our mission to save one of South Africa’s most iconic species.

This Heritage Day Megamaster is helping South Africans celebrate our country’s natural heritage by helping to save the rhino through our nation’s favourite pastime, braaiing.

man watching rhinos

ENTER MEGAMASTERS COMPETITION TODAY AND HELP US SAVE THE SOUTHERN WHITE RHINOCEROS.

Step One:
Record yourself lighting a firelighter with one match one-handed.

Step Two:
Upload your video to Facebook or Instagram.

Step Three:
Tag and challenge three friends and share using #rhinoballs

Stand more chance of winning if you use a Megamaster Rhino Balls Eco-Firelighters.

Enter Megamaster’s Rhino Balls Challenge to find out more. you stand a chance to 

Competition ends on 30 September.

 Megamaster's Rhino Balls Challenge

DONATE TO HELP SAVE AFRICA’S MOST VULNERABLE WILDLIFE

On average one rhino is poached every 8 hours in Africa. Which is why we at Rockwood are doing everything we can to save the species from extinction. But looking after over 300 rhinos is no small feat. We need your help.