This is where the Cape Town railway terminated until the end of the Anglo-Boer war. A typical Cape West Coast town with a laid-back atmosphere.


A small town worth a stop on your way to Citrusdal

Eendekuil loosely translated means a “duck shelter”. This small Cape West Coast town was the terminus of the Cape Town railway at the end of the Anglo-Boer war – a function it performs to this day.

Eendekuil is visible as you descend from the Piekenierskloof pass. The town is surrounded by canola fields that cover the area in a bright yellow carpet when in bloom.

Make a quick stop at Eendekuil on your way to Citrusdal.

Distance from Cape Town: 160.1km
Where: On the R365
Open 7 days a week | Free entry
Contact: Bergrivier Municipality – [email protected]  | +27 22 913 6000 |


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