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Ceres

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Tulbagh

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Wolseley

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Prince Alfreds Hamlet

Tuesday30°C
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Op die Berg

Tuesday37°C

Important numbers

Electricity023 316 1854
Water023 316 1854
Fire Brigade023 316 1998
Police023 312 1204
Hospital (Priv.)023 316 1304
Hospital (Prov.)023 312 1116
Ambulance023 342 0478
Witzenberg Municipality023 316 1854
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Published: 01 Feb 2017Title: Tulbagh water restrictionsStatus: As a result of the decreasing water level in the Tulbagh dam, water restrictions will be implemented for Tulbagh as per Councils approved Raw Water Management Plan. Each household shall be limited to 40 kilolitres per month. (This works out at 1 300 litres per day).
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Ceres
Tuesday30°C
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Tulbagh
Tuesday37°C
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Wolseley
Tuesday-1°C
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Prince Alfreds Hamlet
Tuesday30°C
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Op die Berg
Tuesday37°C
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat

Important numbers

Electricity 023 316 1854
Water 023 316 1854
Fire Brigade 023 316 1998
Police 023 312 1204
Hospital (Priv.) 023 316 1304
Hospital (Prov.) 023 312 1116
Ambulance 023 342 0478
Witzenberg Municipality 023 316 1854
Welcome to

Witzenberg Municipality

A Splendid Cape Journey!

Overview

Witzenberg is located an hour and a half’s drive away from Cape Town on Route 62 and is nestled in the Cape Winelands District, consisting of the five towns of Ceres, Tulbagh, Wolseley, Op-die-Berg and Prince Alfred’s Hamlet.  The picturesque valley is world renowned for producing export quality deciduous fruit, vegetables and wine products.  The area is also produces olives, grain, beef and pork.

Witzenberg has positioned itself as a family tourist destination as well as niched itself as an adventure tourism hub offering historical and heritage tours, hiking, 4x4, abseiling, fauna and flora, fresh water fishing, mountain bike trails, San Rock paintings, game and nature reserves, stargazing, birding, cherry and fig picking and winter snowfall

Last published 21 February 2017