One of the most identifiable features of Milnerton is its lagoon, formed where the Diep River enters the sea, with palm trees adorning the lagoon banks. The Diep River meets the Milnerton Lagoon as it reaches the wood bridge to the island, after flowing through the Rietvlei Wetland Reserve.
A popular spot for bird watchers and photographers alike, for the 173 species of wild birdlife to be seen including whitebacked ducks, which are common seasonally.
Milnerton Golf Club opened in 1913 as a six-hole course, and has since developed into the world-class 18-hole championship course that it is today.
The “9 out, 9 in” Links type layout is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the West side and Rietvlei lagoon to the East and provides a golfing experience unique to South Africa.
Seaside Living is known to encourage good health. And Woodbridge Island offers a healing lifestyle. Doctors have been known to prescribe trips to the seashore as a cure from as early as the 18th century. Studies show that there is a link between the ocean and health. Hippocrates is said to have coined the term…
Woodbridge Island is built on the coastal sand dune. This means that our gardens need to be both sand-wise and water-wise. The gardens of Woodbridge Island play an important ecological role for our local coastal fauna which is why the effort was put into preserving our coastal habitat by the Trustees of our Body Corporate….
Woodbridge Island’s Beach, Milnerton Beach, borders the ocean side of Woodbridge Island. Offering postcard perfect views of Table Mountain for the ocean view homes. The water of Table Bay is from the Benguela current, so is generally cold.