Western Cape

Farms for sale in the Western Cape price per hectare varies significantly from district to district and it is mainly dependent on the type of farming activity. Water rights is one the highest valued commodity in farming anywhere in the world, but especially here in South Africa. A hectare of fruit trees with water rights can go up to R1000000 million per hectare.

The Western Cape is divided into the 6 district municipalities. Click on the links below for more farms for sale in the selected areas:

The Western Cape

The Western Cape is one of South Africa’s nine provinces and forms the southern most part of South Africa. The province stretches from the West Coast, the whole of the south coast and up to the east coast of South Africa. It is the 4th largest province in South Africa with an area of about 130,000 square kilometers which is roughly the same size as the countries of Greece or Bangladesh. The western cape has the 3rd most contribution to the national economy after the Gauteng and KZN provinces.

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LATEST FARMS in the Western Cape

Wheat, Livestock & Rooibos Tea Farm | AGF0356

in Moorreesburg Farms

This wheat and tea farm in the Swartland district has its own private 4x4 route. It has 3 titles which…

Lifestyle Irrigation Guest Smallholding | AGF0355

in Wolseley Farms

The area lends it self to very good  olive and pear production. RUNNING CONCERN No WATER & IRRIGATION Big dam with…

Irrigation Guest Lifestyle Smallholding | AGF0354

in Melkbosstrand Farms

Smallholding, huge house, 2 cottages PLUS indoor pool Located within easy reach of all main roads, N7, N1 and neighbourhoods.…

Wheat Livestock Farm | AGF0353

in Vredenburg Farms

Wheat and livestock farm for sale around Vredenburg in the West Coast district of the Western Cape RUNNING CONCERN Yes…

Citrus, Grapes & Table Grape Farm | AGF0352

in Robertson Farms

Great 444 Hectare Fruit Farm For Sale  3 Titel Deeds Great Potential. Farm Ideal For Citrus And Various Fruit Types.…

Lifestyle Smallholding | AGF0351

in Klein Dassenberg Farms

CASH SALE - -9HA Smallholding with 2 bed cottage & views It's so quiet up there, you feel like you're…

Equestrian Lifestyle Smallholding | AGF0350

in Melkbosstrand Farms

1HA Smallholding, 4bd house, Stables for sale Morning Star Cape Town* REDUCED Sought after Morning Star smallholding area just off…

Wine Irrigation Lifestyle Smallholding | AGF0320

in Stellenbosch Farms

The Wine Estate is located in the Stellenbosch hills between Spier and Meerlust, 20min from Cape Town International. With an…


Available Farm land in the Western Cape

The Western Cape has a total of 11 560 609 hectares of farm land which is about 89.3% of the total area of the province. 2 454 788 hectares or 19% is potentially arable land the rest of the 9 105 821 or 70.4% is for grazing and mountainous areas.

Farming activity and agricultural diversity in the Western Cape

The Western Cape has a unique and diverse climate and as such a unique farming or agriculture sector. Rainfall changes from year-round in the Southern Cape or the Eden district municipality to winter rainfall on the West Coast and Cape Winelands. Add to the rainfall the differences in topography from the mountain ranges of the Winelands to the far interior and escarpment of the Central Karoo, plus the cold Benguela water on the west and the much warmer Indian waters on the east.

This results in a unique crop diversity throughout the Western Cape. Farming activities changes radiacally from livestock farming in the Central Karoo, to fruit and wine farming in the winelands to wheat and field crop farming in the West Coast and Overberg districts to forestry in the Eden district.

Throught the province, mixed farming is on the order of the day and has the 2nd most contribution to agricultural activities behind Horticulture.
Main agricultural activities in the Western Cape

Western cape Municipalities

map western cape municipal districts

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