Mowbray Places of Interest

Mowbray is situated in the Southern Suburbs, in Cape Town, South Africa. Show on Map

Attractions IN Mowbray

Mostert's Mill

Mosterts Mill is open to the public most Saturdays when volunteer millers operate the mill. If you would like to see the Mill in operation or purchase some flour, the 'Millers' would be delighted to see you ...

Mowbray Golf Club

Set in a very central area - about 15 minutes from the Waterfront and Cape Town's Airport, Mowbray is a parkland course, which provides an excellent test of golf. The terrain is flat, but plenty of trees and ...

Attractions AROUND Mowbray

Cape Town International Airport

Cape Town International Airport is the base from which millions of international travellers begin their exploration of this uniquely beautiful country. It is the second largest airport in South Africa, second ...

Groote Schuur Hospital

Groote Schuur Hospital, visible against the backdrop of Devil’s Peak, and, not only the site of the first heart transplant, but also one of the main teaching hospitals in South Africa. Groote Schuur Hospital, ...

Groote Schuur Zoo

Cape Town used to have a zoo. Originally built in 1897 by Cecil John Rhodes to house a couple of lions and a leopard given to him, it went on to house his private menagerie, one he hoped to grow until it ...

Irma Stern Museum

Established in 1971 in the house the artist lived in for almost four decades. Several of the rooms are furnished as she arranged them while upstairs there is a commercial gallery used by contemporary artists. ...

Rhodes Memorial

A national landmark, Rhodes Memorial lies within the Table Mountain National Park and the views from up here are stunning, offering panoramic vistas of industrial Cape Town, out over the airport and the Cape ...

Rondebosch Common

Rondebosch Common is unusual - it is not state, municipal or regional council land. In fact it is a donation of private land by Cecil John Rhodes in his will to be left as a permanent open space for the ...

The Old Wagon Road to the Forest

Cape Town’s Main Road (M4) runs from the southern corner of the Castle, around Devil’s Peak and through the rowdy streets of Woodstock, Salt River, Observatory and Mowbray all the way to Muizenberg. It ...

University of Cape Town

The University of Cape Town (UCT) is South Africa's oldest university. UCT has more than 60 specialist research units that provide supervision for postgraduate work and is home to more than a quarter of South ...

... and little further afield

Chart Farm

Lying at the top of Wynberg Park with incredible views out over the vineyards of Constantia, Chart Farm is one of those little escapes about which only the locals know. It's one of the only places where you ...

Constantia Wine Route

Rich in heritage & beauty, the Constantia Wine Route comprises of Groot Constantia, Buitenverwachting and Klein Constantia. Constantia was one of the first wine-producing areas of the Western Cape. Groot ...

Kenilworth Racecourse

The oldest racecourse in the country, Kenilworth is steeped in tradition and history. With its enviable geographic location and beauty, it has long been a favourite racing venue among both South African and ...

Newlands Cricket Grounds

One of the most picturesque cricket grounds, Newlands was host to the opening ceremony and match of the 2003 Cricket World Cup. Visit the President's Suite; the exclusive South Club and the control rooms, ...

Newlands Rugby Stadium

Ever since the first matches played here in 1890, Newlands has become one of the world's most respected rugby stadiums. The second oldest test venue in the world, Newlands is now a modern 51 000 capacity ...

Rondebosch Park

This is an open park with free entrance to all between 08h00 and 18h00 every day. There are benches dotted conveniently around the park for parents and visitors. Pathways criss-cross their way through the ...

Tokai Arboretum

Tokai Arboretum has been declared a National Monument and holds over 274 tree species and over 1555 different trees within its precious hectares first reserved by Joseph Storr Lister back in 1885. Tree huggers ...

Tokai Forest

In the heart of Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs, amidst family homes and wide tree-flanked roads, is the magnificent retreat that is the Tokai Forest. The tall trees and the trails that wind through their dappled ...

Upper Liesbeek River Garden

The Liesbeek River is reputedly the oldest urbanised river in the country. The first river ever named by Jan van Riebeeck, he called it after a little river in the Netherlands. Today about 70% of it is ...

Van Riebeeck’s Hedge

Up on the banks above the stream at which children play, on the lower slopes of the Kirstenbosch gardens, lies the magic forest - a haven for children who love to clamber in and on the several huge, ancient ...

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