Green Point Urban Park

GPUP Panoramic View from Three Anchor Bay 23- March

With the Cape Town Stadium now complete, the Green Point Urban Park takes shape in this recent aerial photograph. (Photo by Bruce Sutherland)

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  1. Tony Alexander says

    What time does the park close in winter now, is it still 7pm. Thanks Tony

  2. Cheryl Lazarus says

    Please can you tell me the name of the company who laid the microfibre under the play equipment.

  3. calien says

    Can I walk my dogs in the urban park?

  4. Adrienne says

    The urban park is wonderful, but where is the childrens play park?

  5. Sylvia Gibbs says

    I would like to find out what the play area for the children is like. I want to take my grandchildren there but have no idea what to expect

  6. Joanna says

    The indigenous plant area is fantastic. Keep it up. Thanks Joanna

  7. Bev says

    Green Point Park is open – and it is fabulous ; Open from 7 to 7. Well done Cape Town.

  8. Greenpoint Accommodation says

    The stadium looks fantastic! Cape Town definitely has the best one!

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