Oct 1, Events in October 2019 | Cape Town in October | Expat Cape Town Events












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


Bantry Bay – Walking along the Promenade in Spring 2019






October in Cape Town! Finally, the nights are not as cold as during the last months. Well, the wind will keep blowing and cooling the city in the afternoons, at least for another month. This is the time of the year, when you want to embrace those calm mornings and go for a long walk on the beach. Or look for a wind-sheltered spot, such as Bantry Bay or Seaport, where the wind is never as strong as along the Western Seabord. And there is much to do and see around Cape Town this October.

How about celebrating the start of the sailing season in Table Bay harbour? Or what about going on a safari? Springtime is the best time for this wildlife adventure, as now you will be able to admire all the cute baby animals.

For the kids, there is plenty to enjoy now in town as well. Public schools will be open again until the summer holidays start in December. Lots of schools will have their annual productions during this month. We have listed some schools’ stage productions below. And don’t forget to check with the schools in your area to see what’s going on this month. 

Now here is a selection of great events and activities in the Mother City this October. Enjoy colourful spring in Cape Town!


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Events in October 2019 | Further Afield




Cape Town Events in October for Kids | Family Events




Do you know other events in October 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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