Fish Hoek 100 and Beyond has organised a Scavenger Hunt to raise funds to support Shark Spotters.
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Shark Spotters is a pioneering shark safety and research organisation that has attracted international attention because of the novel way it pro-actively reduces interactions and conflict between recreational water users and white sharks.

Started in 2004 in response to a spate of shark bite incidents and increased shark sightings, Shark Spotters is now the primary shark safety strategy used in Cape Town

2018 Centenary Year

Watch a quick summary of 2018. We are excited about all that happened in the past year - and look forward to building the future together with your valuable input. Contact us

(BEST viewed in HD - Once you have clicked play, click the settings button on the bottom right and choose 720p)

PARTICIPATING IN PROJECTS

We welcome your suggestions as to what you would like to see happening in the valley 
and how we would be able to facilitate ideas. 
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Click on this link to go to our PHOTO ALBUM showcasing many of the photos that take place in our Valley. 
Photos of Fish Hoek and surrounds (Photo credit - Aly Ison). 

FISH HOEK / VISHOEK

Fish Hoek (Afrikaans: Vishoek, meaning either Fish Corner or Fish Glen) is a coastal town at the eastern end of the Fish Hoek Valley on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula in Cape Town, South Africa. Previously a separate municipality, Fish Hoek is now part of the City of Cape Town. As a coastal suburb of Cape Town, Fish Hoek is popular as a residence for commuters, retired people and holidaymakers alike. The traditional industries of 'trek' fishing and angling coexist with the leisure pursuits of surfing, sailing and sunbathing.

 

Fish Hoek Beach is one of the best family beaches in South Africa. Recently installed shark nets make for safe and pleasant swimming.
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False Bay Business Network

The development of this website was sponsored by the False Bay Business Network - an association of businesses Promoting Sound Business Ethics - Find OUR MEMBERS here. 

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