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This Cape Town listing for events in September 2019 will provide you with an overview of some of the best Cape Town events for this month. 


Spring flowers along the West Coast






September in Cape Town means spring is arriving with colourful wild flowers in bloom along the roadside, warmer morning and evening time temperatures and we can enjoy the sunny days out exploring the beautiful city and surroundings.

Tuesday 24 September, is Heritage Day – a public holiday. This day will be celebrated with various events and Capetonians will celebrate Heritage Day in style and with great food – with friends and family gathering around the braai.

There will be school holidays this month, the public schools will break for the Spring holidays this year are from 21 – 30 September 2019. If your kids are in private school, please check the holiday schedule of your school for different holiday dates. Spring school holidays usually are making for busy roads, be prepared for queues at the typical tourist attractions and the roads will be more busy in the more touristy regions around the Cape. However, there is lots to do and see for families with kids during the school holidays in Cape Town. Make sure to check our kids activities calendar as well.

Now here is a selection of great events and activities in the Mother City in September. Enjoy colourful spring in the Mother City!


CAPE TOWN WEATHER

Cape Town Events in September 2019






Events in September | Further Afield




Cape Town Events in September for Kids | Family Events





Do you know other events in September for the Cape Town area which are worth adding here? Please contact us and share your info. Other expatriates in Cape Town will be grateful to hear a lecture, see a play or listen to music from their home countries too. Thanks a lot for your help.




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