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Halfway between the bright lights of Cape Town and the statuesque mountains of the Western Cape, lies the hidden valley of Wellington, full of surprises and variety, heart and soul.

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Wellington wins at the Absa Cape Epic

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 15:47 Published in News & Events

There are many winners at the Absa Cape Epic, and not all of them on bicycles. 

Each year the race presents a Best Town Spirit award and the riders vote for the Best Stage Location. This year Wellington, home for the last two nights of the Absa Cape Epic, has won both these prestigious awards.

Stage Location Manager Marc Erasmus said the Town Spirit award had been based on footage from the event and discussions with riders, crew and media representatives.

“I want to congratulate the Drakenstein Municipality as well as Wellington Tourism, the Wine Route, Wellington Chamber of Commerce and CPUT for doing such an amazing job of promoting the race and getting the entire town involved and excited about it,” said Erasmus.

Cape Tourist Guides Association Visit

Sunday, 28 September 2014 15:27 Published in News & Events

Twenty registered tourist guides from the Cape Tourist Guides Association had the opportunity to experience the varied attractions and wine estates of Wellington on Friday, 26 September 2014.

The group participated in a full day educational tour, sponsored by Drakenstein Local Tourism Association (DLTA), and were treated to breakfast at Au’ de Hex, a site visit to Langkloof Roses, lunch at the historic Welvanpas farm, wine tasting at Nabygelegen and a visit to the Breytenbach Centre.

“Our local tourist guides are critical in delivering a top quality visitor experience to tourists to the Western Cape from around the Globe and we are excited that so many tourist guides could experience Wellington as a tourist themselves. Our purpose is to spread the news about the destination’s many unexplored attractions and to encourage increasing numbers of tourists and guided tours to visit Wellington,” concludes David Frandsen, CEO of Drakenstein Local Tourism Association.

Wellington Tourism Meet & Greet

Monday, 08 September 2014 17:01 Published in News & Events

The Wellington Tourism Meet & Greet function held on Monday, 11 August 2014 at the Breytenbach Centre in Wellington, generated a lot of excitement and members were eager to learn more about the newly formed Drakenstein Local Tourism Association (DLTA). The DLTA has been tasked with the responsibility for destination marketing and tourism development for Wellington, Paarl and the entire Drakenstein region, and it opened its doors on 1 July 2014.

SA Terroir Awards 2014

Friday, 15 August 2014 11:43 Published in Successes

M&F Agri Wellington Wine Route excelled at the SA Terroir Awards by walking away with 3 national awards for the Best Petit Verdot (Doolhof), Best Merlot (Welbedacht) and best Pintotage (Diemersfontein).

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