In the 18th century, this area was known by the Dutch as 'De Waterplaats' (The foreshore). The Green Point Common was vested land, which was granted to the City of Cape Town in 1923 for public recreation and sport fields. Your stadium is home to Green Point Common; 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.
-33° 54' 14.76", 18° 24' 3.96"