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Green Point Park

Green Point Park

Your park, your memories

Your stadium is home to Green Point Park; a little piece of paradise in the middle of the Mother City. For a fun day out, school tours, family picnics, children’s birthday parties, outdoor exercise, romantic walks and healthy activities; this is beautiful natural place to get some fresh air and be social. This carefully curated garden is composed of a rich variety of flora indigenous to the Cape, and offers the only Biodiversity Showcase Garden of its kind, featuring 25 000 indigenous plants, trees, shrubs, bulbs and groundcovers, consisting of 300 different plant species. 

Go on a journey of self-exploration and get wonderfully lost in the Outdoor Labyrinth or take a paid tour with us and discover the world of fynbos. Perhaps even plan the perfect play date for young children at the Tot-Lot Play Park or take a spontaneous afternoon off to unwind.

Green Point Park Map

Planning on visiting the park, download our detailed map to help you on your way.

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Activities and facilities in Green Point Park

Dazzle the little ones by showing them the natural wonders of Green Point Park. Play parks, soft, green lawns and shady settings make a picnic with friends and family an absolute pleasure, almost all year round in our sunny city.

Excercise Gym
Children's Playgrounds Picnic
Guided Tours

The Green Point Park
Biodiversity Showcase Garden

Discover the beauty of nature at our one-of-a-kind Green Point Park Biodiversity Showcase Garden. You’d be surprised at the everyday uses we have for plants. Explore the grounds at your leisure or opt for the guided, hour-long, paid tour. A great day out for school children and grown-ups alike. Have fun!

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Other Facilities in Green Point Park

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Tot-lot Play Park (for children aged 1 - 6 years)
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Adventure Play Park (for children aged 7 - 16 years)
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Outdoor Labyrinth, a space to relax and reflect

Need to know at Green Point Park

If you have any questions about Green Point Park, you’ll probably find the answer below.
  • You’re welcome to enjoy picnics in the park but we ask you to please leave your fires, braais and gas apparatus at home.
  • Please also leave dangerous equipment behind, such as knives, explosives, fireworks and firearms, before entering the park.
  • Keep the peace and don’t bring alcohol or loud music along. We do not permit busking, hawking, swimming, camping or the picking of our flowers. Thanks!
  • Umbrellas, gazebos and other shade equipment are welcome in the picnic area only. We may ask you to take these down if the weather worsens or if you are not within a designated area.
  • Feel free to bring pets and furry friends along but do keep them on a leash at all times and away from our Biodiversity Showcase Garden.
  • Skateboards, roller blades, push scooters and other fun contraptions are to be used in designated areas only, such as the lighthouse walk-way.
  • Children are welcome always, but if they are under 16 years old, they must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Help us keep our gardens and walk-ways clean and beautiful by disposing of any and all litter in the designating rubbish bins found at the entrances.
  • When you arrive, please make sure to park in the allocated visitors parking lots.
  • No area or park benches and tables may be reserved or demarcated by visitors for example, in the case of a party.
  • No structures such as jumping castles or gazebos may be erected by visitors at the park.
  • We allow you to play ball sports in the park but please don’t bring hard balls like cricket or golf balls along as they are dangerous. We suggest making use of Reddam field for ball sports.
  • We remind you that while Green Point Park is a wonderful place, you do enter and use the park at your own risk. The venue, management and staff will not be held responsible for any loss or damages. Should you require any assistance, our security personnel are on hand at all times.
  • Enjoy, take care and be sure to visit again.

Getting to Cape Town Stadium

Whether you are coming from the airport, suburbs, the City Bowl or surrounds, it is essential to use public transport or walk from the city centre to Cape Town Stadium. Park personal vehicles in designated parking bays inside the city and continue your journey using a taxi, shuttle or simply walk. Check the traffic report on your event day for updated route information.

Cape Town Stadium Address:

Fritz Sonnenberg Rd,
Green Point, Cape Town, 8051

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