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Koeberg Visitors Centre

Introduction

Koeberg Visitors Centre is situated at Africa’s first and only nuclear power station along the West Coast of the Western Cape. The Centre is the perfect place to get the facts about nuclear power. It has a large exhibition area to explore – providing information about nuclear fission, radiation, nuclear waste and much more.

 

The Centre is surrounded by the Koeberg Nature Reserve and is the starting point of the Grysbok Trail – a 6km walking trail through duneveld and strandveld habitat. 
 
Do I have to book?
 
Day visitors are welcome any time.
 
Large groups such schools, universities, societies etc. need to book in advance as presentations are custom-made according to each group’s requirements.  The auditorium can seat 100 people. 
 
Vehicle drivers are required to produce a form of identification at the main entrances.
 
How much does it cost?
 
Visits are free of charge.
 
How do I get there?
 
Koeberg Visitors Centre is about 35km from Cape Town on the R27 West Coast Road, immediately after Melkbosstrand/Duynefontein.
 
 
When may I visit?
 
Monday to Thursday:  08:00 – 16:00
Friday:   08:00 – 12:00
 
Contact details
 
Tel: +27 21 550 4667
 
Note
 
Visits are limited to the Visitors Centre only.  Tours of the power station are not permitted.  Anyone under the influence of alcohol/drugs will not be permitted.
 
 

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