Sport clubs in Gansbaai
Gansbaai sports clubs offer a range of weekly practice, group workshops and specialised training, along with some internal and competitive events - catering to a variety of disciplines. With a thriving residential community, each of these facilities here are an opportunity to not only interact with each other, in a fun and safe environment but to also promote and enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle and host exciting, friendly and competitive things to do in Gansbaai.
Clubs in Gansbaai cater to all ages. From young adult rugby and AstroTurf hockey, to weapons training, angling and pub games, like pool and darts. Each of these establishments boast high quality facilities and equipment for patrons to use. So, even if you’re a complete beginner, you can learn a new skill or sport by hiring out the equipment you need. Additionally, most of these places also boast refreshment centres, ideal for socialising after a good session and are also available to hire for special events.
Gansbaai sport facilities forms part of the Cape Whale Coast in the Overberg region, Western Cape. This area is named after the Southern Right Whale activity that’s visible in the bay annually and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Made up of four other towns including; Kleinmond, Hangklip, Hermanus and Stanford, the presence of these clubs in Gansbaai means that hosting small or larger scale events is easy. Even if you’re just planning a holiday here, many of these establishments are known to host one day or weekend events for out of towners looking for some fun.
Aside from the Gansbaai sports clubs, there are other things to do in the Cape Whale Coast to keep you active. As such a picturesque location and one of the six floral kingdoms in the Western Cape, there’s a host of day trails, nature walks and overnight hikes, suitable for any fitness level. Additionally, you can find guided bird watching activities and other outdoor adventures like quad biking and shark cage diving – which are most certainly not for the faint hearted.
If you’re planning on visiting Gansbaai, it’s situated approximately 165kms from Cape Town via the N2 highway. Over historic mountain passes and past exquisite farmlands, its ideally located if you just want a short day-trip away from the city. Alternatively, those looking to visit here from outside of the Western Cape, whether it’s for an event or just for a holiday, you get here by jumping on a bus from your home town or simply flying into Cape Town International Airport and hiring a car or catching a lift with a friend or colleague.