Western Cape Province
Office Stock deliver to the following cities in the Western 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 Western Cape.
Cities of the Western Cape Office Stock Service
A peaceful country village which has retained much of the character of a typical late 18th and 19th century trade outpost midway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
A small fishing village hugs a hillside on the southern tip of Africa in the Overberg. Humble thatched cottages dot the shoreline and rare shells lie in the surf - a perfect place to relax and reflect.
A valley falling into three distinct natural regions, with lush forests to the east, arid Karoo to the north and the fertile, fruit-growing and fynbos region to the west, as well as natural hot springs. Situated within the Overberg Region.
Lies in the heart of the Great Karoo, in the world's largest plateau of its kind outside Asia, at the foot of the Nuweveld Mountains.
Betty's Bay is situated on the whale coast route between Cape Town and Hermanus and next to Kogelberg - part of South Africa's 1st internationally UNESCO Biosphere Nature Reserve in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom.
Gateway to the Overberg, Botrivier (or Bot River) is situated en route to Hermanus and Caledon at the eastern slopes of the Houw Hoek Mountains overlooking rolling wheatlands.
The town (in the Overberg) is an important center for the wheat and sheep farmers in the area and offers the tourist a shipwreck museum, agricultural museum and many fine examples of Cape Gothic style architecture dating from the 19th century.
Small seaside village with a 5 km unspoilt beach, with fynbos covered dunes on one side and nothing but ocean to the south. Walks, swimming in the ocean, spotting dolphins, surfing the waves and more.
The Gem of the Overberg Region, world renowned for the natural hot mineral water springs, but also a historically and agriculturally the hub of the area, surrounded by magnificent natural beauty and fynbos.
If the Little Karoo of old still lives on, then its spirit resides in Calitzdorp - lingering in some vista of loft-doored cottages amongst orchard blooms. Calitzdorp captivates the character of a small Karoo community and its architecture.
Cape Town is a city of many attractions, a mix of cultures, landscapes, architecture, lifestyles, customs and scenery offering you mountains, beaches, sea, rivers, wind and a wonderful climate.
Named after the Roman Goddess of Fruitfulness, Ceres village was founded in 1849 when, after the completion of Michell's Pass, the first plots of land were sold. The village lies 150km to the North-East of Cape Town.
The Flower of the Cederberg is one of the oldest and most hospitable towns in South Africa.
Darling - Flower of the West Coast
The Flower of the West Coast is situated in the area of Groenkloof. Darling was founded on the farm Langfontein in 1853.
Given to fleeing Huguenots in 1688, it was found that the climate is very similar to that in France, the settlers planted vines and today these wines are consumed throughout the world. Various attractions and historical sites.
Gansbaai & Surrounds
Fascinating fishing village (in the Overberg region) known for its excellent rock and boat angling, diving, magnificent views across Walker Bay and whale-watching.
Genadendal (Valley of Grace) is approximately 90 minutes drive east of Cape Town in the Riviersonderend Mountains. Genadendal has a rich spiritual history and was the first mission station in southern Africa.
George is the capital city and geographical hub of the world renowned Garden Route and provides access to the Garden Route Hinterland of the Klein Karoo.
Gordon's Bay is a picturesque coastal village, nestled at the foot of the Hottentots Holland Mountains and the False Bay Coast. This Mediterranean-style village is situated only 30 minutes from Cape Town International Airport.
Grabouw (in the Overberg region) is better known as the Elgin Valley and internationally known as the place in South Africa where the apples come from.
The beautiful village of Greyton (in the Overberg region) nestles between the majestic Riviersonderend mountain range offering craft shops, restaurants, art galleries and the regular Saturday morning market and many outdoor activities.
A seaside resort popular with members of the Afrikaanse Taal en Kultuurvereniging, a language and cultural organisation, which owns various places on the beachfront.
Gateway to the Garden Route, Heidelberg is situated on the banks of the Duiwenhoks Riverand offers a great natural beauty and real country hospitality.
Situated in the Overberg region it is a popular holiday resort and famous for the best land-based whale watching site in the world. Miles of sandy beaches and coves.
The Kleinmond area in the Overberg comprises Kleinmond, Hangklip, Betty's Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels. Popular holiday resorts, ideal for whale watching. Contains Botanical Gardens, Coastal Reserves, Penguin Reserve and others.
Knysna, in the heart of the Garden Route, is surrounded by forests, lakes, mountains and sea, and is an ever popular tourist destination and town of legend, history, arts and crafts.
Popular town and seaside resort has everything the sunseeker, nature lover or waterlover could ever want. Set on the banks of the Langebaan Lagoon in the heart of the West Coast National Park.
Mamre - Mission Station
Mamre is situated between Darling and Atlantis on the R307, within an hour's drive of Cape Town. The mission complex at Mamre provides a peaceful oasis under the oak trees.
Historic Montagu, South Africa's Village Of The Year 2002, is situated on the scenic Route 62 approximately 2 hours drive from Cape Town.
This popular holiday resort is warmed by the Mozambique Current and encircles the azure Bay of Mussels. Rich in history and known for warm, sunny weather. Various outdoor activities and adventures, like bungee jumping, plane flips and more.
Centre of the Klein Karoo and 'ostrich-feather capital' of the world, as well as having the famous Cango Caves. A lush oasis catering for adventure, cultural and geological tourists and one of the most-visited towns in the country.
The historical village of Paarl offers you historical sites, cultural museums, wine routes, buildings, special attractions and places of interest, accommodation and much more.
Still a sleepy and mellow coastal town with many houses only used during holidays & weekends. Fantastic sandy beach that continues forever.
Plettenberg Bay is a modern seaside resort of perfect beaches in the centre of the Garden Route, surrounded by the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma Mountain Ranges and engulfed by indigenous forests. South Africa's premier coastal pleasure paradise.
Rietpoort is situated 28 km northwest of Bitterfontein in the Namaqualand region of the West Coast.
Floral Paradise of the Garden Route. Hiking trail of varying distances, with overnight facilities is a must for the hiker and bird watcher.
The largest wine-producing area under irrigation, Robertson was founded in 1853. Its superior wines have many national and international awards. Some of the country's top racehorses are also bred in this valley.
The safest and most natural harbour in South Africa. The centre of industrial employment on the West Coast, as well as the watersport enthusiast's paradise.
Bordering the Swartvlei Lagoon, Sedgefield is a peaceful holiday resort surrounded by forests. Wide sandy beaches spreads out on each side of the Lagoon mouth.
Named after Sir Charles Somerset in 1819, this is a bustling commercial and residential town at the foot of the magnificent Hottentots Holland Mountain Range, still retaining its village atmosphere.
Of all the towns founded by the Dutch, Stellenbosch is the best preserved. Known as the town of oaks, it offers restored houses, cottages, shops, churches and inns, and, of course, the world renowned Stellenbosch University.
The treasure of nature unique to Stilbaai (Still Bay) have attracted visitors to this Bay of Sleeping Beauty for centuries. Various activities and adventures.
Strand - More than Beaches
From small beginnings in 1714, Strand has grown into a thriving town & vacation destination 30 minutes from Cape Town and offers a wide range of activities and miles of white, sandy beaches.
Struisbaai, in the Overberg, is situated in the southern most region of South Africa, where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet. It is well known for its 14km white beach and boat- and rock-based angling.
Founded in 1745 at the foot of the Langeberg Mountain Range in the Overberg region. A charming town, famous for its youngberries, eclectic architecture and National Parks, as well as outdoor activities.
The secluded valley is well-known for its large variety of veld flowers, of which many are displayed at the annual agricultural show held late in September each year.
Uniondale is better known for its ghost than for the scenic roads it has to offer the tourist. These roads must be the Karoo's best kept secret.
A small, quiet town in the folds of the towering Matzikamma and Gifberg mountains. The hub of all the flower routes.
One of the smallest and most hidden beautiful bays on the Garden Route.
Situated in the Green Fringe of the Olifants River Valley, borders on the southern tip of Namaqualand, the northern part of the Boland.
Truly the undiscovered jewel of the Cape, steeped in history and tradition, tucked away in the foothills of the Hawequas Mountain Range, close to Paarl. Various attractions and historical sites.
The perfect seaside holiday resort, with miles upon miles of pristine golden beaches. An ecotourist's paradise, it is surrounded by lakes, forests, rivers, mountains and coastline, with spellbinding beauty and blissful peace.
Situated within the Overberg region, Witsand is a popular seaside resort with wide beaches and the Breede River which is navigable for 32 km. Rustic with lots of atmosphere.
Surrounded by majestic mountains and green valleys, Worcester is the largest wine-producing district in the country. It is also the commercial mecca for many satellite towns, with a fascinating cultural heritage and special schools for the disabled.
Renowned for its unspoilt beaches, including the pristine 16-Mile Beach, its snoek and crayfish, spring flowers in the veld and dunes and is also a favoured destination for whales in the spring