Guiding You Home
From the beaches of the Indian Ocean to the majestic Outeniqua mountains & everything in-between & beyond, Oceaniqua Realty is "the breath of "property fresh air" in the Garden Route of the Western Cape, South Africa.
Only accredited "Full Status" agents
represent the Oceaniqua Realty brand, & without exception, the South African Institute of Estate agents "Code of Conduct & Kingdom Principles" lay the foundation of our company.
Our professional team is spread out across the region,
and unlike any other Realty Company, we work as a unified front to assist clients to find a home, and in a wonderful area to raise their families.
The Garden Route
Arguably the most beautiful region in South Africa, it is encompassed by ancient forests, glistening rivers, beaches, lakes, and plenty of mountain scenery. The region offers the most amazing outdoor lifestyle from kayaking, surfing,
hiking, trail running, mountain biking or bird watching, not to mention a variety of internationally recognised golf courses, or open expanse of beaches, thus, the attraction to both national and international investors with the desire
to own property and live here.
The Garden Route winds its way along scenically beautiful coastal stretches, through mountain ranges and into the Klein Karoo, offering a clean, healthy, and safe quality of life for its citizens.
George, the second largest city in the Western Cape province of South Africa, is the administrative and commercial hub, and the seat of the Garden Route District Municipality. It's well known for its golf courses, the George and the
Outeniqua transport museum, as well as the Botanical Gardens that feature trails and local fynbos plants. The city is situated midway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
Mossel Bay, a harbour town is an important tourism and farming region of the Western Cape Province, and lies 400 kilometres east of Cape Town and 400 km west of Port Elizabeth. The older parts of the town occupy the
north-facing side of the Cape St Blaize light house, whilst the newer suburbs straddle the peninsula, and have spread eastwards along the sandy shore of the Bay.
The town's economy relied heavily on farming, fishing, and its commercial
harbour until 1969, with the discovery of natural offshore gas fields that led to the development of the gas-to-liquids refinery operated by Petro SA. Tourism is another key driver of Mossel Bay's economy, and it is well known for
the wide Santos Beach, and the 19th-century Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse, the Bartolomeu Dias Museum complex which includes the Maritime Museum, the Shell Museum, and the Botanical gardens. The Post Office Tree, a milkwood tree in the
complex, has been used as a mail collection point since the 1500s
Great Brak River (Afrikaans: Groot-Brakrivier) is a historic coastal village built around the lagoon of the Great Brak River, and is located 17 kilometres north-northeast of the town of Mossel Bay.
Wilderness, a seaside village located on the Touw River Lagoon, is a short distance east from the city of George, on the N2 highway at the base of the Kaaiman's River Pass. The village caters mostly to holidaymakers, and is home to
wide beaches and trails, the Map of Africa, a hilltop lookout point, with stunning views of the Indian Ocean, the Outeniqua Mountains and the Kaaimans River. The nearby Wilderness Natural Park, part of the sprawling Garden Route National
Park, is a habitat for wildlife including leopards, monkeys, and eagles.
Wilderness was the home to the former State President of South Africa, P.W. Botha, until his death in 2006.
Sedgefield is a coastal village situated between George and Knysna, and by venturing off the N2 highway by a mere 200 metres, you will discover the relaxed way this village leans against the bends of the Swartvlei
Estuary as it follows a course around ancient sand dunes to the Indian Ocean. If you look beyond the unprepossessing buildings bordering both sides of the main road that cuts through the central business district, you will be surprised
to find many facets to this understated jewel. Sedgefield naturally fulfils many stipulations of the Italian CittaSlow "Slow Town" tenets and is why the Tortoise is the village emblem.
Knysna, a town with roughly 76,000 inhabitants, is one of the destinations on the loosely defined Garden Route tourist route. With so many things to see and do in Knysna, it is one of the top holiday destinations in
South Africa. Families making memories, adventure seekers find their thrill with a variety of outdoor experiences, and affordable luxury and exclusive activities await the discerning traveller. Discover the sandy beaches and forest
trails, explore the area and rich cultural heritage, and experience what makes Knysna one of the not-to-be-missed locations in the Western Cape.
Plettenberg Bay, nicknamed Plet is a seaside town and the jewel of the South African Tourism industry. It was originally named Bahia Formosa (beautiful bay) by early Portuguese explorers and is located 210km from Port
Elizabeth and 600km from Cape Town. Open stretches of white sand beaches and the Roberg Nature Reserve, a rocky peninsula with trails and the stone age nelson bay caves are key features of this quaint village.
Oudtshoorn, a town in the Klein Karoo area that is located approximately 60km from George on a flat basis between the Outeniqua and Swartberg mountain ranges. It's known as the Ostrich capital of the world, and rests
along the Route 62 wine route. The world's biggest bird is just one of the many attractions in this area of exceptional contrasts and natural beauty. The region is home to the spectacular Cango Caves, that date back more than 20 million
years. The area is an ecological hotspot where three distinct plant biomes (succulent karoo, cape thicket and fynbos) converge, and this together with the caves are part of the Cape Floral World Heritage Site.