Where Is De Waal Park In Cape Town South Africa

What is a De Waal Park?

De Waal Park is a public park and heritage site in the Oranjezicht suburb of Cape Town. The park, which contains over 120 species of trees, is popular with dog walkers.

The park is roughly rectangular. Molteno Dam borders the park to the south, with the other three sides bordered by roads

Where Is De Waal Park In Cape Town South Africa?

De Waal Park

Address: Molteno Rd, CBD, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 7 pm

Phone: +27 84 888 8033

How much does it cost to go to De Waal Park?

Dogs are welcome here and are often seen playing with their owners on the grass. The Victorian Fountain and surrounding pond is a key feature in the park and enjoyed by all who pass by. There is no entry fee to the park although donations to ‘Friends of De Waal Park’ are welcome.

What was the first park in Cape Town?

De Waal Park - Wikipedia

De Waal Park

De Waal Park was Cape Town’s first and largest public park, after the Company’s Gardens, when it was opened in 1895. In 1877 the City Council of Cape Town purchased land from the Van Breda family who owned the farm Oranjezigt.