The new club house is located in the Green Point Commons, not far away from where the old one was. The old club house had to make way for the redevelopment of the Green Point for the FIFA soccer world cup 2010. For a brief history of the club house click here.
On 11 June 2010, the same day the soccer world cup started, also the new club house opened which we share with the Austrian Club.
Green Point Commons, off Bill Peters Drive, Cape Town
EventsClub evening in the club house, 18:00 - 23:00 members and fiends are invited.
Please see under the section Events and also the invitations sent by e-mail or post
You want to reserve a table or order a meal? You would like to use the club house for an Event or a Party?
Name:Marcie & Nicky
Telephone (Clubhouse): (0) 21 434 8405
Mobile phone (Marcie): 076 389 78 24
Mobile phone (Nicky): 082 921 7729
For more info, visit our Restaurant page
The facilities are located in the beautiful valley Jonkershoek (near Stellenbosch) which is part of the World Heritage Site. There is a club house which can be used by paid up club members for functions and a camping site with a cabin at the back which can be rented.
- Please remember to pay the person on duty before leaving, donations are welcome.
- Non-Members must be accompanied by a member with a valid membership card when using the Jonkershoek facilities.
- There is a locked gate in Jonkershoek, the code can be obtained from Norman, the caretaker, or the person on duty for the weekend. Norman's cell phone is 082 967 7054.
- Please remember to always bring your valid club card, the person on duty will need to see this before opening the facilities for you.
- Be aware that there are ticks in the area so please be careful and check your kid's shoes and socks. Tick bite fever can be quite serious for small children and animals!
- Keep Jonkershoek clean, please remove all your garbage when leaving, thank you.
- Thanking you kindly. The Jonkershoek Committee
Jonkershoek valley, Stellenbosch
+27 (0)82 967 7054
Note: Non-Members MUST be accompanied by a member
Day visitors Members Free Non-Members R50/day Non Members up to 12 years R30/day Camping Fees Members R80/day Members up to 12 years R50/day Members Dogs R30 Non Members R150/day Non Members up to 12 years R100/day Non Members Dogs R50 Power supply R50/day Rental of the Duty Cabin: R500/night plus camping fees
NB: Remember to pay the person on duty or Norman our Caretaker. Please
control your pets. Keep Jonkershoek Clean, Remove all Garbage when
Thanking you Kindly
The Committee 08/11/2017
Jonkershoek Duty List
April 2018 1 Roger Huber 021 552 4067 083 548 3260 8 Ernest Bürki 021 557 1244 083 369 3859 15 Daniel Siegenthaler 021 551 4173 082 826 1709 22 Andrew Morrison 082 467 4085 29 Pierre Evard 021 444 7726 082 884 1522 May 2018 6 Marcelle Haymans 082 731 1371 13 René Bützer 021 557 6628 082 224 4191 20 Andrew Morrison 082 467 4085 27 Belinda (Strand) 083 5611150 June 2018 3 Bianca Bützer 021 852 7429 082 340 6271 10 Ernest Bürki 021 557 1244 083 369 3859 17 Hans Herren 021 558 9041 074 760 5468 24 Roger Huber 021 552 4067 083 548 3260
The Camping Season is coming to an end soon, our last Event is the Easter Picnic on the 1st April.
The Camping Season has been well attended. We would like to start a whats app group with the Regular Campers. We are hoping that this way families and singles would form groups so that there are always more than one Camper or one Family at the Campsite. This is not to Alarm anyone but more of an awareness and safety precaution.
Sadly there is crime everywhere, we still want to enjoy the pleasures and freedom of being at Jonkershoek but to always be mindful of whats happening in our Country!!
Fortunately this Season has been quiet and without any serious incidence.
NB: Gate Code Change end March - The new no will be the year when the first 3 Cantons came together and founded Switzerland!!!
René Bützer & The Jonkershoek Team
+27 (0)21 557 6628
+27 (0)82 224 4191
Presidents Report 2016
Sadly we had a family who lost a gas bottle and some of their foodstuff to an opportunist who entered our Campsite in the early hours of the morning on the 3 January, their entry and exit was from across the River. This happened on two other occasions during the year.
Unfortunately we've had some problems with our Reservoir running dry, leaving us without water since end January. We are grateful to Norman, who once again came to the rescue and got us a petrol pump from Nature Conservation, which we used to pump water to our big tank.
On the 12 March, Norman reported that our brass taps from our drinking water and the one at the ablution block had been stolen, resulting in a complete water loss from all our tanks. Two days later he discovered that the burglars had entered the ladies toilets through the roof and stolen the copper pipes connected to the geysers. One month later a bigger problem reared its ugly head again, this time a burglary to both the Chalet and the Cabin. Most of our equipment were stolen, including fridges, frying pan right down to our toilet paper and cleaning materials. The new method of entry to homes, which has become quite common and known as the 'crowbar entry' was used. Their trail led to the shacks behind us.
Since 1 April the Stellenbosch Municipality has implemented new Patrol Vehicles to all the Farms and allocated each with a number, ours being 'Farm 40'. They patrol 4 times per day, so please do not be alarmed if a vehicle with the branding JSRA (Jonkershoek Special Rating Area) comes on our Property. They previously did not have access to our property but since the burglary, we saw the need to allow them access.
We have looked at various security options and to date have installed 5 motion sensor lights. Roger fitted shutters to all the windows at the Chalet.
Our Copper thief has been at another burglary and his finger prints matches ours. He is now safe at Pollsmoor.
We had to cut down 8 rotten trees to prevent unforseen accidents from happening, they will be replaced with new trees. For a long time it looked like a Construction site in front of the Chalet, we laid new paving and built an enclosed wall for seating purposes.
A word of thanks to Robert Keller for his kind and generous donation that enabled us to do the wall and paving, also thanks to Ernst Heusser and Desmond Hamburg for their donation of fridges, it has been bolted to the floor and will hopefully stay there.
A Special thanks to Roger Huber, Hans Herren and Ernest Bürki for their time , hard work and dedication towards uplifting, upgrading and maintaining our Jewel in Jonkershoek.
Yours in Service
Emergency No for JSRA: 082 832 3303
Control Room: 021 886 8976