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Midway between Cape Town and the winelands, Kuilsriver is also bounded by the two national highways: the N1 north to the Free State and Gauteng provinces and N2 to the east to reach the Garden Route and Eastern Cape.
Kuilsriver is a large established suburb measuring 1200km², consisting of residential smallholdings, large commercial properties and farm lands. The peaceful residential area is family-orientated and visitors can expect a warm, friendly welcome from the mostly Afrikaans speaking residents.
Originally a Dutch East India Company cattle corral and staging post for travellers to the nearby town of Stellenbosch, Kuilsriver quickly developed into a town and was declared a municipality in the 1950s.
For those with business interests in the wine and olive industry, Kuilsriver lies plum in the centre of the Durbanville, Paarl and Stellenbosch wine regions. It’s also a mere 25 minutes away from Cape Town city centre and 10 minutes to the airport.
Things to do
The surrounding areas are dotted with wine estates for visitors to appreciate the many local wines on offer. Most wine estates include food pairings to sample along with their wine varietals. For an unusual wine tasting experience, Saxenburg Wine Estate has a wine safari that includes a tasting overlooking a game farm.
Enjoy a challenging round of golf at the 18-hole Kuilsriver Golf Club. Pro shop and drinks bar on the premises.
Calling all shoppers! The Zevenwacht Mall has over 100 stores including large departmental stores, boutiques, homeware products and a vast food court.
Feel rejuvenated with a treatment at the nearby Mangwanani African Spa. This company trains rural women to qualify as therapists as part of their social upliftment programme.
Travel in to Cape Town to experience the city’s major attractions including a trip up Table Mountain, shopping, dining and boating at the V & A Waterfront and a ferry ride across to Robben Island... Show more