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Approaching the Western Cape town of Bredasdorp during spring, travellers are presented with a spectacular patchwork of bright yellow and green colours from the canola and wheat crops surrounding the town. At any other time, the ploughed fields are overrun by sheep, and the occasional blue crane is spotted mingling amid the flock.
Bredasdorp is the hub of the southern portion of the Western Cape region and a commercial centre for neighbouring towns. Its innovative town leaders are attracting business and tourism to the area too through various initiatives.
The town was established in 1838 by a member of a prominent Cape family, Michiel van Breda. He bred merino sheep on his farm that helped to launch a major agricultural industry across South Africa.
Bredasdorp has its share of old town charm but is also large enough to offer all amenities of a small city.
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