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Contact Information

023 316 1287
1 Voortrekker Road, Ceres 6835

Operating Hours

Monday – Friday: 09h00 – 16h00
Saturdays & Public : 09:00 – 14:00
Closed on: Sundays, Good Friday, 25 December & 01 January

The Ceres area includes the following towns/areas

  • Ceres
  • Prince Alfred’s Hamlet
  • Op-die-Berg
  • Ceres Karoo (also known as the Tankwa Karoo)

Distances from other Towns

  • Cape Town – 150 km
  • Montagu – 142 km
  • Paarl – 90 km
  • Prince Alfred’s Hamlet – 10 km
  • Touwsrivier – 80 km
  • Tulbagh – 34 km
  • Wellington  – 70 km
  • Wolseley – 17 km
  • Worcester – 50 km

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Getting to Ceres

Ceres, a mere 150 km or 90 minutes drive from Cape Town, in the heart of the Cape Winelands, is the gateway to the Cederberg area (to the north) and Route 62 (to the south).

The Ceres valley can be reached through Michell’s Pass (from Cape Town, via N1, R43, R46), Theronsberg Pass (from Touws River, R46) and Gydo Pass (from Citrusdal, R303).

From Cape Town and the N1

Take the R44 to your left to Wellington, cross the 4-way stop, then left at the traffic lights and on with the R46 past Tulbagh to Ceres.

An alternative is to travel through the Huguenot tunnel and just before Worcester, turn left onto the R43 to Ceres. The R43 joins the R46 at Michells Pass and on to Ceres.