Wellington, steeped in history and tradition, has a magical atmosphere that will captivate you once you discover the town, its people and its myriad of attraction.

Situated 14 km from Tulbagh, 15 km from Ceres, 40 km from Worcester and 1 ½ hours drive from Cape Town they are very accessible for visitors. Visitors can arrive in the area via any one of four scenic passes, the Nuwekloof, Bainskloof, Du Toitskloof and Mitchell’s Pass. Wolseley and Breerivier are surrounded by the majestic Waaihoek, Witzen and Waterval mountains which are often covered by a blanket of snow in the winter. Wolseley is situated on a natural watershed that divides the Berg River, which drains towards the West Coast and the Breede River, which drains towards the South-East.

All kinds of farming such as fruit, vegetables, wine, olives, wheat, dairy, sheep and cattle are present in the area. There is much farm accommodation available, self-catering, camping and B&B, as well as hiking trails, river rowing, bird watching, fishing and mountain bike routes. There are also conference facilities available, a historic Anglo-Boer Blockhouse, dating from 1901 to visit, plenty of local pottery and home-crafts, restaurants, the fruit-packing co-op and furniture factory run tours, as well as many wine cellars and restaurants for the visitor to taste the product of the land! We look forward to welcoming you to our area.





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