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Overberg District Municipality028 425 1157
Bredasdorp Fire, Rescue & Disaster Management Services028 425 1690
Uilenkraalsmond Resort028 388 0200
Die Dam Resort028 482 1710
Swellendam Municipal Health Sub-District Office028 514 1182
Municipal Health Sub-District Office028 212 1121
Hermanus Municipal Health Sub-District Office028 313 1243
Bredasdorp Police Services028 425 5400
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Overberg District Municipality 028 425 1157
Bredasdorp Fire, Rescue & Disaster Management Services 028 425 1690
Uilenkraalsmond Resort 028 388 0200
Die Dam Resort 028 482 1710
Swellendam Municipal Health Sub-District Office 028 514 1182
Municipal Health Sub-District Office 028 212 1121
Hermanus Municipal Health Sub-District Office 028 313 1243
Bredasdorp Police Services 028 425 5400
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Overberg District Municipality

With its pristine coastlines and where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet at the Southern-most tip of Africa

Overview

With its headquarters in Bredasdorp, the Overberg District Municipality is a category C municipality and comprises four local municipalities, namely Cape Agulhas, Overstrand, Swellendam and Theewaterskloof.


The Overberg has always been considered as the breadbasket of the Cape and is largely given to grain farming, mainly wheat. The wheat fields are a major breeding ground for South Africa’s national bird, the Blue Crane

Last published 25 June 2016