Cape Town - Newlands
Geography and history
Newlands is a suburb situated in the southern part of Cape Town in the Western Cape of South Africa. This upmarket area is located in the wettest part of Cape Town because of the high winter rainfall. The biggest tourist attraction in this area is the Newlands Cricket Ground and Newlands Stadium which is home to the Stormers rugby team.
The Newlands Forrest, a very popular outdoor recreation, is incorporated within the Table Mountain National Park. The rainfall and Forrest contribute to a very picturesque and green area for tourists to visit. The name Newlands is a perfect description for the beautiful surroundings.
The suburb of Newlands has loads of luxurious accommodation options available for tourists. There are bed and breakfasts, guest houses, self-catering units, hotels and guest lodges in the area. Please go to our accommodation directory for a complete list of all the places to stay in the area.
Activities and attractions
Apart from being the place to be when sport is mentioned, Newlands also offers many fun-filled outdoor activities.
Things to do in Newlands include:
- Lady Anne Barnard’s Path
- Liesbeek River
- Newlands Brewery
- Newlands Stadium (Sports)
- Table Mountain National Park
- Woodcutter’s Cottage
The tourism industry in the Newlands area boosts the business community. Tourists flock to this area for sporting events and other activities. There are loads of shops, products, souvenirs, stalls and excellent restaurants to choose from. Please see our business directory for more information on all the businesses you will find in this area.
|Cape Town - Newlands Tourism Office Information|
|Telephone:||021 405 4500|
|Fax:||021 405 4524|