Wynberg Park

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Wynberg Parkcnr Klaassens and Trovato Link Roads, Wynberg, Cape Town

Wynberg Park is where the spring of the Krakeelwater River begins, hence the name of “Springfield” convent and school that is situated below the park.

The park is visited throughout the year for its conifer garden, and in summer boasts an attractive display of hydrangeas. Higher up, visitors are able to see vestiges of silvertrees, which were once so prevalent in the area. Ideal for walking dogs on leashes and enjoying picnics and braais.

The city’s Come and Play teams offer extreme sports demonstrations, games, stage activities and fun activities for smaller children. Summer concerts and fun days are held annually.

Features

  • Krakeelwater spring
  • Conifer garden
  • Duck pond
  • Water feature

Facilities

  • Play equipment
  • Grassed area
  • Public toilets
  • Benches
  • Footpaths / tracks
  • Braai facilities
  • Accessible to cyclists
  • Dogs on leashes allowed
  • Parking

Venue: cnr Klaassens and Trovato Link Roads, Wynberg, Cape Town
Time: 7am – 6pm (daily)
Cost: Free

Tel: 021 444 8849 | 086 576 1243
Website: www.wynbergpark.gov.za
Facebook: Wynberg Park
Twitter: @wynberg_park

 

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