Barrydale


Tradouw Pass
Thomas Bain's Tradouw Pass is a masterpiece. A drive through this wonderfully rugged terrain will soon acquaint you with why he was known as 'the man with the theodolite eye.


Wildehondskloofhoogte Pass
Its long sounding name is indicative of the fact that Wildehondskloofhoogte Pass connects with Op de Tradouw Pass, forming one long, continuous pass through the Langeberg.

Sanbona Wildlife Reserve
Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is a protected fauna and flora area situated in the Overberg region. Located between Montaguand Barrydale, this area is a part of the Shamwari Group and regarded as the Cape’s premier wildlife destination. The wildlife in this reserve is a must-see for all visitors in the area. Game drives, boat safaris hiking and trails are just some of the things to look forward to when visiting the area.

Barrydale Cellar
Barrydale Cellar began to distil its well known brandy in 1941 and ever since, their product range has increased dramatically.

Barrydale Hand Weavers
Barrydale Hand Weavers is a project aimed at providing a skill to people who might otherwise be unemployed, and who now are able to provide for their families through the sale of their products.

Barrydale Heritage Garden
If you are travelling near Barrydale be sure to stop in at Barrydale Heritage Garden. This tranquil paradise is brimming with the most outstanding and spectacular flora you could feast your eyes on.

Guided Quad Bike Tours on Route 62
In the beautiful Tradouw Valley between Montagu and Barrydale on Route 62, Tradouw Quads offers guided quad bike tours for anyone between 2 and 90 years old.

Joubert-Tradauw Private Cellar
In 1982 Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Chardonnay cultivars were planted at the Joubert-Tradauw farm.

Magpie Art Collective Gallery
Magpie is a socially conscious art collective in the quant Overberg/Klein Karoo farm village of Barrydale. nestled in the Tradouwshoek Valley.

Ronnie's Sex Shop
Ronnie painted the name Ronnie's Shop on this cottage next to the R62, planning to open a farm stall to sell fresh produce and fruit. His friends played a prank on him by changing the name to Ronnie's Sex Shop.

Killarney Trout Fishing
Killarney Farm offers visitors 3 dams to fish, each stocked with big rainbow and brown trout.

MUD Centre
“MUD” the building, was designed and built as an art gallery and got its name from the material which makes up the primary building material.Clarke of the Karoo Restaurant Barrydale is now located in the Mud Gallery.