W e l c o m e   t o   K n y s n a

What's on in and around Knysna

Clubs, Societies, Associations and other Organisations

Clubs and other organisation that are active in the Knysna area and that may put on local events not listed in the main diary.

This page is currently undergoing maintenance; the format is being redesigned and the information updated.

Angling / Fishing  »  (2)

Knysna Angling & Diving Association
15 Waterfront Drive
044 382 4002 2016
KADA (Knysna Angling and Diving Association) has approximately 300 members and welcomes more people to become part of the association. The club is not just about fishing but also making friends and getting involved. The club's Fun Family Fishing competitions, that take place on the Jetty or Railway Bridge, are all part of the future plan to develop young fisherman. Membership includes free use slipway to launch your boat, as well as use of the wash bay and fish cleaning facilities. For the kids, there is a Childrens room with TV and an Outdoor Play park with on-site swimming pool. The club has an outside deck that overlooks the the lagoon and heads, the perfect place to enjoy a sundowner.
Garden Route Bassmasters
The Garden Route Bass Masters (GRBM) is a developing Bass Club consisting of anglers in the Southern Cape from Swellendam in the west to Plettenberg Bay in the east and inland to Oudtshoorn. It is a SABAA affiliated club with member options from Gold Card to Social.

Amateur Dramatics  »  (1)

Knysna Amateur Dramatics Society
044 382 3619
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Anthropology  »  (1)

U3A - Knysna
The Oxford English Dictionary defines Anthropology as the “Study of mankind esp. of its societies and customs”. The Knysna U3A Anthropology Study Group adopts a very broad approach to this definition and offers presentations on a wide range of interesting subjects, but always with human activities as the core. Some past lectures have dealt with mankind's early pre-history as revealed by archeology, others with topics of ancient and modern history and even discussions as up-to-date as the source of Covid 19 and where research on the virus may be leading us.

Archery  »  (1)

Knysna Outdoor Archery Circuit
Westford Cottage, Phantom Pass
082 967 1140 2015 2013
KOAC is a bowhunting club based in Knysna, South Africa. We cater for traditional and compound bow. Archers dream advanced 3km 3D shooting range in natural habitat in Knysna. Option to become a club member and enjoy the advantages and reduced prices.

Arts  »  (1)

Knysna Arts Society
Old Gaol Museum Complex, Queen Street
082 657 4122 WWW 2021
Promoting the Arts & Artists in Knysna. Mission: Inspire the local art community. Vision: To create a sharing platform and to empower underprivileged artists in our community.

Baseball  »  (1)

Hornets Sports Academy
073 686 5409 2023
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Beekeeping  »  (1)

Knysna Beekeepers Association
078 724 6425
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Birding  »  (1)

U3A - Knysna
The purpose of the Birding Course is to help less experienced birders and beginners with the identification of bird families and species and in general to try to make “birding” an enjoyable pastime. This is achieved by monthly outdoor visits to local birding areas, and we have some of the top birders who come along and help make the outings both educational and fun. We visit numerous venues close to Knysna, some of which are not open to the general public.

Boating / Sailing / Yachting  »  (2)

Knysna Yacht Club
1 Yacht Club Road
044 382 5724 WWW
Founded: 1910. KYC boasts an active dinghy and catamaran following with club sailing taking place most Saturday afternoons during the sailing season. Inshore sailing is managed by a Sailing Committee steered by the Sailing Secretary. Our sailing season follows our weather and generally kicks off with the Opening Cruise in September (the beginning of summer) running through to the Closing Cruise at the end of April the following year. KYC is an accredited SA Sailing (ISAF - International Sailing Federation) training establishment. The training offered is open to all and largely driven by demand, with the majority of coaching being directed to junior sailors.
Leisure Isle Boat Club
Links Drive, Leisure Isle
079 378 8252 WWW
The Leisure Isle Boat Club is situated on the northern shore of Leisure Island. The picturesque little Peter Gordon Harbour provides a safe haven from the storm-force westerly winds that can wreak havoc particularly in the winter months. It has ample berthing and caters mainly for motor boats, although a few sailing vessels have their home here rather than at the Knysna Yacht Club at the Waterfront. There is secure trailer parking in the Club grounds, and the public slipway is very well used. LIBC is a private club but anyone with an interest in boating, yachting, canoeing or anything to do with boats should pay a visit, and is sure to receive friendly advice on all matters boating, fishing and bait-gathering from one of the managers.

Bowls  »  (2)

Knysna Bowling Club
Rawson Street
044 382 3619
Knysna Bowling Club has that indefinable “something” that sets it apart. Members and Visitors are the Club's most precious assets.
Leisure Isle Bowling Club
Leisure Isle Country Club, Links Drive, Leisure Isle
044 384 1158 WWW
The Bowls section of the LICC has 2 bowling greens, which are in use 7 days a week. The greens are used for provincial and national events at regular intervals, as well as during the popular annual Knysna Oyster Festival and our own Spring Festival in September. Club days : Wednesday and Saturday at 13h30. Friendly games : All other days Visitors are always welcome, and coaching is provided. Potential new members are encouraged to contact us.

Boxing  »  (1)

Masiphakame Boxing Club
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Bridge  »  (3)

Knysna Duplicate Bridge Club
Knysna Angling and Diving Club, Waterfront Drive
Tuesday afternoon: 1 pm to 4.30 pm - PAIRS. Wednesday morning: 9 am - 12.45 pm - PAIRS. Every first Wednesday morning: TEAMS OF FOUR. Furthermore, we organise many additional tournaments.
Leisure Isle Bridge Club
Leisure Isle Country Club, Links Drive, Leisure Isle
044 384 0138 WWW
The Leisure Isle Bridge Club hosts duplicate bridge every Thursday morning at the Leisure Isle Country Club. Play starts at 09H00, and anyone wishing to play should be there at 08H45 punctually. There is only space for 10 tables. Visitors are welcome, although precedence is given to members. There is a charge of R20 per visitor. Everyone must bring a partner. Tea and coffee are provided.
Garden Route Bridge Club
Knysna Angling and Diving Club, Waterfront Drive
044 382 5563 WWW
We are an exceptionally friendly club which regularly welcomes both swallows and holiday makers from overseas and many of these visitors return each year. Play starts at 9am and players are asked to be present by 8.45 so that our team of dedicated directors/scorers can get things sorted out in time. We play pre-dealt boards and use wireless scoring. Hand records are available after play. Tea and coffee are included in the table money which is R30 for members and R50 for visitors.

Canoeing  »  (1)

Knysna Canoe Club
083 556 3876 WWW 2020
The Knysna Canoe Club section and other Garden Route clubs run a number of fun C grade races throughout the year and all are welcome to enter. Knysna Canoe Club holds a well-attended time trial every Tuesday evening come rain or shine. The course alternates between a four lap 11 km race down to the railway bridge and a five lap 9km course through the Quays. Most time trials include sponsored lucky draw prizes. Anyone is welcome to join in regardless of fitness level or expertise and it is not compulsory to complete the full distance.

Cars  »  (3)

Garden Route Motor Club
082 321 4724 WWW
The Garden Route Motor Club is a multi marque car club whose members reside in the beautiful Garden Route and share a passion for sports cars, principally form the golden, pre-plastic age of motoring. Our members cars encompass all aspects of historic motoring. The club is very active, with monthly outings, breakfast runs and annual multi-day tours or excursions. If you own a Vintage or Classic car and enjoy the company of others please do join us. If you don’t own such a car but share the passion or have an interest in Classic vehicles, we invite you to join us.
MG Car Club South Cape
The MG Car Club was established in 1930 in Abingdon, England, on the site of the original MG factory. The South Cape Centre based in Knysna on the Garden Route was established in February 2007. There are currently more than 100 members, with over 150 cars. Many members have more than one MG and there are a number of cars currently being repaired, refurbished or rebuilt.
Triumph Sports Car Club of South Africa - Garden Route
Founded: 1974. Founded by enthusiasts for the benefit and enjoyment of like-minded people and lovers of the Triumph Marque, it was at first limited to owners of the Triumph TR series. Over the years, with membership growing, it has been expanded to include enthusiasts of all types of Triumph cars. The club was established to promote the preservation of Triumph cars, the sport, interest and pastime of motoring and of the Triumph marque, and to encourage social activity between the members engaged in club activities. Not only are owners of Triumph cars welcome to join our club and participate in its events, but all enthusiasts and lovers of Triumph cars as well - even if you don’t own a Triumph. Don’t be surprised, though, if we encourage you to acquire one.

Conservation / Nature  »  (3)

Friends of Pledge Nature Reserve
Pledge Nature Reserve - the green heart of Knysna. Friends of Pledge Nature Reserve is a group of caring individuals or organizations who donate a yearly fee which helps with the much needed upkeep of the Reserve. Members will be issued with a card that will allow unlimited access for the year.
Friends of Steenbok Nature Reserve
Caring for our natural heritage - Friends of Steenbok Nature Reserve. The Reserve Embraces Precious Areas Of Water-Edged Nature Containing A Rich Diversity Of Flora And Fauna, And An Abundance Of Tranquility.
Dendrological Society of South Africa - Outeniqua Branch
The Dendrological Society promotes the study, protection and propagation of trees and tree-dominated ecosystems as a contribution to effective environmental conservation and improvement in South Africa. Promotion of dendrological knowledge to its members as a contribution to personal enrichment through outings, lectures, courses, symposia, regional herbaria, collection and dissemination of relevant dendrological information, the web-page and publications.

Cricket  »  (2)

Knysna Villagers
082 782 7791 WWW
To provide cricket for those, who by their participation, would like to make a contribution to entrenching old-fashioned and traditional values of cricket, played in an impeccable sporting spirit, where the way in which the game is played, is deemed to be more important than the outcome of the contest!
Knysna Cavaliers Cricket Club
Loerie Park
Knysna Cavaliers Cricket Club is based in Knysna, South Africa and has two senior men's teams as well as a senior women's team playing in the SWD Cricket structures.

Cycling  »  (2)

Coaches Corner Cycling Club
26 Green Street
082 442 9937 WWW
The Knynsa Green Team. Coaches Corner Cycling Club was founded in 2010 and is affiliated with the Southern Cape Cycling Association and thereby Cycling South Africa. With Chris’ ongoing commitment to all matters cycling, the success of CCC Club may be measured in terms of it becoming the largest club (and the only CSA affiliated club) in Knysna.
CX Trails
CX Trails is a club for all things cycling and running in the Knysna area.

Darts  »  (2)

Knysna Dart Club
Contact details to be confirmed.
Brief summary to be confirmed.
Knysna Darts Association
Harry Erasmus - 082 657 1115
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Diving  »  (2)

Knysna Angling & Diving Association
KADA (Knysna Angling and Diving Association) has approximately 300 members and welcomes more people to become part of the association.
Scylla Dive Club
Scylla Dive Club in Knysna is one of South Africa's oldest dive clubs...est in 1976 and still has members out there.

Embroidery  »  (1)

Knysna Embroiderer's Guild
Our first meeting took place on the 4th March, 1998 and we have had a strong attendance ever since. Visitors and new members are very welcome.

Flora  »  (5)

Gardening at Leisure
WWW 2017
Founded: 2003. The Gardening at Leisure Club offers garden lovers of Knysna the opportunity to share their interest with like minded people. Our club has a range of activities and events designed to meet the needs of anyone wishing to add a social dimension to their interest in gardening. We are an informal and friendly group, and no matter what your gardening ability and gardening knowledge is, you can look forward to pleasant company, interesting guest speakers and a good tea at our meetings. The Club’s mission is to promote the love of gardening, to cultivate gardening interest in its broadest sense, and to promote environmental responsibility. It meets on the first Friday morning of the month with the exception of January and July, when no meetings take place. The venues are at different localities, sometimes in members’ gardens or at places of interest.
The Club was founded in 2003 by Sheena Maree and Denise Voysey.
Knysna Orchid Club
Founded: 2019. The Knysna Orchid Club holds meetings at the Leisure Isle Bowling Club on the second Saturday of every month, except January, at 09:30 for 10:00. Meetings consist of lectures, discussions and demonstrations, obviously about orchids - growing them, propagating them, re-potting them, feeding and watering them, and how to keep pests and diseases at bay, among other topics.
Knysna Rose Society
WWW 2021
Founded: 2006. For all rose lovers not only in and around Knysna. We offer outings, pruning demo's and all things rosie.
The Knysna Rose Society was formed on 18 February 2006 by the 25 people attending the inaugural meeting. It was convened by Mr Alan Tew who explained the opportunity, as he saw it, for a local rose society affiliated to The Federation of Rose Societies of South Africa (ROSA) to be formed from among the numbers of people of the greater Knysna region who he felt were interested in or simply were lovers of the rose in its many forms. The territory of operation was defined as an area within comfortable traveling distance of the town of Knysna. The society now services the greater Southern Cape of South Africa with members hailing from Mossel Bay, George, Sedgefield, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Nature’s Valley and the Tsitsikamma. Membership has grown from the initial 25 to an average of 110.
Garden Route Floral Art Club
Founded: 1998. As the name of our Club indicates, floral arrangement is an art form and thus it embraces many styles. The aim of the club is to promote floral arranging and to encourage the advancement of the members by means of demonstrations, workshops and monthly competitions. We currently have 68 members with an average attendance of 40 to 45 members per monthly meeting. We meet at St George's Church Hall, Unity Street, Knysna every third Tuesday of the month at 09h30.
Kat Rivier Kai
Founded: 2009. Located in George, the Kat Rivier Kai bonsai club have their club meetings on the second last Saturday of every month and workshops the last Saturday of every month.

Football  »  (1)

Knysna Local Football Association
Contact details to be confirmed
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Geology  »  (1)

U3A - Knysna
Have you ever found an interesting looking rock outside and wondered where it came from? Or looked at a rock formation and would like to know just how that happened? Then you were thinking like a geologist! The U3A Knysna geology interest group provides an informal forum for those who are interested in the Earth sciences and our great outdoors. We promote member interaction through talks in the basics of geology and hands-on learning opportunities with presentations, day field trips and mini projects.

Golf  »  (3)

Knysna Golf Club
Founded: 1909: The clubhouse is now one of the most stylish, modern and well-equipped in the country and stands testament to the dedication, imagination and sheer hard work of the club’s committee, members and contractors. Membership currently stands at over 1,100 and, not surprisingly, is still growing. During holiday periods visitors from home and abroad enjoy full use of Knysna’s superb facilities. The number of playing members increases substantially during the summer when overseas visitors, commonly known as “Swallows”, return to their holiday homes in Knysna; their continued support and friendship is welcomed by all.
Pezula Golf Club
The Pezula Golf Club offers Clubhouse facilities that are in keeping with the overall five-star experience which includes a lounge, restaurant and bar leading onto a terrace with spectacular views, a proshop, short game practice area and putting green. A smaller private dining room and a separate function room with a bar & lounge are also available. Golf lessons are available from the Club's PGA Professionals.
Simola Golf Club
It goes without saying that a course as great as Simola should have a club house to match. The Simola Golf Clubhouse forms part of the recently opened Simola Hotel. Guests and members have access to hotel facilities like our gourmet restaurant, indoor pool and Wellness Centre. The Simola Golf Clubhouse also offers spacious changing rooms, and the beautifully appointed lounge will comfort the needs of each of our prestigious members. Of course there's a Proshop too – with state-of-the-art golfing equipment, stylish apparel and a whole host of items to make your golf experience more enjoyable.

History  »  (1)

Knysna Historical Society
The Knysna Historical Society has its roots in the Friends of Millwood House, an association founded in the early 1970’s to preserve and protect historical records and artefacts of old Knysna. The Society was formally established in 2002, some years after the Millwood House Museum was handed over into the care of the Knysna Municipality. Whilst retaining its close association with the Museums of Knysna, the aims of the Society have been widened to include the protection of the heritage buildings and historic sites of Knysna. The society also hosts historical presentations by experts on matters of historical interest and member group outings to places of historical and heritage interest, (typically 6 events per annum), and also encourages and assists local historical research amongst its over 150 members.

Hockey  »  (1)

Old Oaks Knysna Hockey Club
Contact details to be confirmed
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Karate  »  (2)

Knysna Shotokan Karate Club
Brief description to be confirmed.
Shotokan Karate - Knysna & Plettenberg Bay
Brief description to be confirmed.

Lions  »  (1)

Knysna Lions Club
The Knysna Lions Club was chartered in 1974. Meetings take place every 3rd Tuesday @ 19:00 at the Lions Den in Trotter Street.

Masons  »  (1)

Masonic Unity Lodge EC
Masonic Hall, 18 Unity Street, Knysna
Contact details to be confirmed
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Miscellaneous  »  (3)

Friends of the Choo-Tjoe
The Friends, a non-profit organisation, was formed in August 2010 with the main object being the promotion of the repair and rehabilitation of the railway line between George and Knysna and revival of the operation of the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe steam train on this railway line situated in the Garden Route of the Western Cape of the Republic of South Africa. The restoration of the line and return of the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe, while preserving one of the iconic railway lines in the world and steam locomotive activities for future generations, will attract international and local tourists with a direct benefit to business in the region and provide much needed downstream employment.
Leisure Isle Country Club
Bowls, Tennis, Table Tennis and Bridge all fall under the auspices of the Club and share its clubhouse and facilities. The Club, which is situated in Links Drive on the north-western area of the Island, has a liquor licence and is a favourite gathering place. The LICC leases the ground occupied by the clubhouse, the bowling greens and the tennis courts from the Knysna municipality. A committee manages the Club, with representatives from all sections. The Cearn Hall in Hall Road also falls under the LICC.
Knysna Society of Model Engineers
Contact details to be confirmed
For two hours, high up on Paradise hill, children can thoroughly enjoy a steam train ride - on a miniature train - on the first and third Sunday morning of every month. The Knysna Society of Model Engineers, whose members are retired mechanical engineers, run the train rides from 10.00 to 12.00 at 42 Ridge Drive, Paradise. Donations for the ride go towards the Society's costs incurred.

Music  »  (2)

Knysna Music Society
Penny Smythe-Rathbone - 083 600 0229
Brief summary to be confirmed.
Music for M and more - U3A Knysna
This is not a purely classical music programme! Having introduced some background information to Music for Middlebrows in 2019, we are going to extend that to other Genres as well and also make interesting classical connections. A lot of pop music has at least a vague—sometimes obvious—relationship with a piece of classical music. Whether it’s a melody, a catchy harmonic progression, or a quote of an entire passage, modern musicians definitely have an ear for “old” composers. In all, expect a delightful and interesting few hours with beautiful relaxing melody. Mainly classical but a little bit more.

Netball  »  (2)

Knysna Loeries Netball Club
081 031 1955 2022
We are a community based Netball club in Knysna. Age range from 13 years. 2 SWD A & B League Teams.
Knysna Jaguars Netball Club
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Photography  »  (2)

Knysna Photographic Society
The Knysna Photographic Society is a camera club, based in Knysna, Western Cape, South Africa. It is a regional club affiliated to the Photographic Society of Southern Africa (PSSA) (www.pssa.co.za). Meetings take place monthly, usually on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, at the conference centre, Belvidere Manor, Belvidere at 18.30. In addition to the monthly club meetings we arrange lectures by guest speakers, publish a monthly newsletter, and organise workshops and outings for club members throughout the year. There is a good balance of members ranging from novices to top photographers, and senior members are always willing to assist new members to improve their photographic skills
DPSS - U3A Knysna
Our DPSS (Digital Photo Shared Skills) group meets to share new techniques and ideas in order to get the very best out of their digital photographs. No special equipment is needed, indeed some members just use the camera on their cell phone, and the pace and level of learning is guided by the ability of the group. There are always others willing to share their experience and advice for anyone unsure of how to take a particular shot, and the interesting talks, and shows of photos that members have taken serve to inspire others to try new ideas and techniques with their precious photographs.

Pipe Bands  »  (1)

Knysna & Districts Pipe Band
The Knysna Pipe Band was established to promote piping and drumming in the Garden Route. We have a Piping & Drumming School and anyone interested in learning to play the bagpipes, side, bass or tenor drum is most welcome to join.

Radio-Controlled Sailing  »  (2)

Knysna Radio Sailing Bouys
The Knysna Radio Sailing Bouys are a group of ex-dinghy or keel boat sailors that have retired from the big boats and switched their hand to radio-controlled sailing. The primary venues are the Leisure Isle Boat Club and Belvidere jetties.
Garden Route Radio Sailing Club
Founded: 2003. We sail radio controlled yachts in Knysna, Wilderness and Mossel Bay. Our members race DF95 and R36 model boats in "round-the-buoys" racing twice a month. Great fun for novices and experts.

Rotary  »  (1)

The Rotary Club of Knysna
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Knysna! The club is in Rotary District 9350 and was chartered in 1962. Its membership fluctuates between 50 and 55 permanent members. In addition we have a number of "swallow" members - Rotarians who spend part of the year in Knysna and part of the year in their home country. The club is a vibrant and active club, committed to working tirelessly along the Rotary principle of Service above Self. The club has raised millions of rands through the annual Momentum Weekend Argus Rotary Knysna Cycle Tour, which is a major event of the Knysna Oyster Festival, as well as through our annual Golf Weekend. The funds raised from these events support our many community programmes and projects in the Knysna district.

Rugby  »  (3)

Greater Knysna Rugby Club
Brief summary to be confirmed.
Knysna United Rugby Football Club
Contact details to be confirmed
Knysna United is a community Based Rugby Club situated in the Gardern Route affilated with the SWD Eagles.
Titans Womens Rugby Club
Titans WRC objective is to support, promote and develop rugby at all levels in order to nurture a strong rugby culture in Knysna. Titans WRC runs two senior rugby sides and introduced u/13, u/16 & u/18 rugby teams as part of the Development Program to complement its objective of being the principle rugby club in this part of South Africa.

Running  »  (1)

Knysna Marathon Club
The club was formed in 1984 (the inaugural meeting was held on 4 Jan 1984) by among others, Malcolm Spence, the South African and World Record Holder on 400m in the late ‘50s- early 60’s. One of the main objectives of forming the Club was to be able to stage the Forest Marathon which was also part of the first ever Knysna Oyster festival, or as it was called in those early days the Knysna Winter Festival. The Club has always encouraged participation in the Two Oceans and the Comrades and on some occasions as many as 51 of the members have taken part in these prestigious events. Numerous silver medals have been achieved, however, as far as known a Gold medal is still outstanding for these world-renown races

Scouts  »  (1)

1st Knysna Sea Scouts
Brief summary to be confirmed.

Scrabble  »  (1)

U3A Knysna
This course meets on the first Thursday of the month at different venues.

Squash  »  (1)

Knysna Squash Club
Knysna Squash Club was started in 1974 with only 1 court. Today there are 4 courts and the club is a member of the SWD Squash Association and also affiliated to Squash SA.

Swimming  »  (3)

Knysna Aquatics Academy
083 679 2946
Fast growing swimming club in Knysna, Garden Route. We welcome swimmers from learn-to-swim to international level in a safe and fun environment. With a 25m heated, indoor pool we swim all year round.
Knysna Dragons Swimming Academy
076 520 9882
Knysna Dragons Swim Club was officially started in June 2011 and has since grown from strength to strength. We are an awesome swimming club located in the small town of Knysna and trained by Grant Ferguson.
Knysna Seahorses
083 292 2928 2018
The Knysna Seahorses is an open-water swimming group that was founded in 2015. We swim at least three times a week - Monday, Wednesday and Friday - at 07:00, come rain or sunshine. We also try to have longer swims on weekends, but these depend on quite a few things. We welcome open water swimmers, pool swimmers, waterpolo players and triathletes who are able to swim a minimum of 1.5km unassisted and with ease. Joining the group is entirely free. For us it's really just all about being in the water and having a swim. We're really a social swimming group at the core.

Table Tennis  »  (1)

Leisure Isle Table Tennis Club
Table Tennis falls under the auspices of the Leisure Isle Country Club, but is played at Cearn Hall in Hall Road. The Club meets on Mondays and Fridays from 14H00 - 18H00. All levels of players are welcome, including beginners.

Tennis  »  (2)

Knysna Tennis Club
Contact details to be confirmed
Brief summary to be confirmed.
Leisure Isle Tennis Club
The Leisure Isle Tennis Club, a section of the LICC, has 3 all-weather courts. There are 3 categories of membership - full, limited and junior. Club days for full members are Wednesday afternoon, Saturday afternoon and Public Holidays. Any local players interested in applying for membership should contact the Committee. Visitors and potential members are welcome to participate in our tennis sessions or use the court facilities outside Club days. On Saturdays visitors may only use the courts at the invitation of a Club member.

U3A  »  (1)

University of the Third Age - Knysna
U3A – University of the Third (post retirement) Age - is a learning co-operative for people from all walks of life. No qualifications are needed and none are given but it exists for those who haven’t forgotten that learning is fun! U3A Knysna General Meetings are held on the last Thursday of each month at the Brenton Community Hall. Tea and coffee is served from 09:00 and the meetings start promptly at 10:00. The usual agenda for the General Meetings is a short update of Club information followed by a presentation given by a guest speaker.

Walking  »  (1)

Amblers and Ramblers (U3A Knysna)
Enjoying our local walks and beauty spots with like minded people is the core focus of our Amblers and Ramblers group. Each outing is led by an experienced hiker who ensures that the trail is suitable for those who want to stretch out and walk for a distance, and also those who prefer to take their time and ‘amble’ for a shorter length. All walkers start and end at the same spot, regardless of distance covered and each outing usually finishes with a social get together and refreshments.

Writing  »  (1)

The Knysna Wild Writers Club
Gatherings of amateurs and professional writers. Sharing and learning together.
View from Westhill Luxury Guest House, Knysna Knysna and the Knysna Estuary, through The Heads to the Indian Ocean. View from Westhill Luxury Guest House.
© 2013-2023 N2RS (Pty) Ltd.
All rights reserved.
Link to N2RS - Westhill Facebook page
Link to N2RS Garden Route Twitter page
Details «
Top ↑
Legend »
012 345 6789 ... local phone number (replace 0 with +27 for international)
WWW ... website
... Facebook page / group / event
... Tourism information
... other information
... media article (e.g. Knysna-Plett Herald)
... media report (e.g. Knysna-Plett Herald)
... TripAdvisor reviews
... YouTube video

(c. 6km) ... any distances specified are from the Tourism Information Office in Main Road, Knysna.