Eastern Cape Province
Office Stock deliver to the following cities in the Eastern Cape. Our cost of delivery is between 10 to 20% on order total. Our lead time on our products are between 5 to 21 working days and it all depends if the products have to be manufactured first. All our products we have in stock have normal a lead time of around 5 working days for the Eastern Cape.
Cities of the Eastern Cape Office Stock Service
The town is the centre of a prosperous farming community whose main products are wool, maize, wheat, beef and dairy and its principle assets are two popular hot mineral springs.
Small town at the foot of the southern Drakensberg in the Eastern Cape. Offering something for every outdoor enthusiast - hiking, rafting, mountain biking to skiing in winter.
Oldest town in Eastern Cape lying in the shelter of a valley surrounded by the Stormberg Mountains.
A misty, untouched bay haunted by the ghosts of shipwrecked sailors in the heart of the Wild Coast, with unsurpassed beauty and majestic scenery.
Founded in 1814 as a frontier stronghold, the town is an important agricultural centre with traditional Karoo hospitality, close to natural sulphur springs and the Zebra National Park.
Your gateway to the wild coast and sunshine coast, with its unique blend of old-world charm and modern convenience. The only river port in South Africa, with a rich cultural heritage.
The oldest town, it is known as the 'Athens' of the Eastern Cape, with magnificent examples of Karoo architecture, fynbos and more monuments than any other town in South Africa.
Today the city is a commercial educational and industrial centre and is known as the 'City of Saints'.
Situated in the beautiful Eastern Cape, this reserve is dominated by three ridges said to resemble the bristle's on a hog's back. Come enjoy its indigenous forest with parrot and lourie, the great angling, waterfalls, horse-rides and various walks.
Offering endless beaches and endless summers, it was founded in 1849 and today is a holiday and retirement resort that lies like a jewel midway between the Gamtoos and Kromme Rivers and the Kabeljous and Seekoei River Estuaries.
King Williams Town
King William's Town started as a mission station (in 1834) on the banks of the Buffalo River some 50 km west of East London in what is today called the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
Maclear & Ugie
Set in picturesque surroundings, Maclear & Ugie offer excellent facilities for a tranquil vacation, with many and various types of recreation, as well as attractions and activities.
A picturesque village on the Wild Coast, close to the Kei River and Mthatha (Umtata). Relaxed, holiday atmosphere, with various things to see and do.
Middelburg Eastern Cape
Surrounded by mountains in the heart of the Great Karoo, Middelburg is unique and yet similar to the average Karoo town.
Mthatha (previously Umtata) is best known for the Nelson Mandela Museum in town and as stop-over en-route from East London to Durban.
Old convenience stores bearing sweet jars, welcome the visitor to the sleepy town of Nieu Bethesda in a valley at the foot of the Compassberg Mountains in the Karoo - home to Helen Martin`s Owl House.
Known as the Friendly City, a major seaport and tourist destination along the dazzling shores of Algoa Bay, with an unbeatable and diverse mix of eco-attractions and adventure holiday destination.
Rhodes in the Eastern Cape Highlands
Voted one of South Africa's top 20 secret places by Getaway Magazine, the village lies among the highest peaks of the southern Drakensberg Mountain Range. Blessed with pristine mountain streams and rivers excellent fly fishing opportunities exist.
A charming town bathed in history, set among Oak trees, white-washed buildings, mountain streams and waterfalls at the foot of the Boschberg Mountain.
St Francis Bay
An hour from Port Elizabeth, the village boasts a temperate climate of warm summers and mild winters, a magnificent beach providing safe bathing, nature reserves, a deep water harbour and fantastic surfing.