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Just over an hour from Cape Town, Wolseley can be reached via the scenic passes of Nuwekloof, Bainskloof, Du Toitskloof and Mitchell’s Pass. Nestled in the shadow of the majestic Mostertshoek Mountain, Wolseley is situated on a natural watershed which divides the Berg and Breede River.
Wolseley is home to a variety of attractions, activities, wedding venues and delightful accommodation to suit every travellers needs.
Just 15 Kms from Tulbagh and Ceres, Wolseley is very accessible for visitors to the Witzenberg Valley, travellers on the Route 62 or the ideal stop over between the East and West Coast of the Western Cape.
Historically a farming area, the surrounding farmlands produce fruit, vegetable, wine, olives, wheat, beef.
Two block houses dating from the Anglo-Boer War (1901) can be seen along the railway line on the outskirts of town. Beautifully maintained, the blockhouses can be visited by appointment.
Wolseley Tourism markets Wolseley to South Africa and the rest of the world as a visitor destination.
Die Houtkewer Coffee shop opposite the garage has a variety of tourism information, including a tourism board outside.