Getting there Tariffs

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Tariffs
Getting there
The tariffs below are for the hiring of the centre for all
events and activities, and include the use of the hall
and kitchen.
The BSG EE Centre can be reached using various routes.
Parking is available on Bill Peters Drive or Bay Road.
Service rendered
2015/16
(incl. VAT)
Half day (Mon - Fri, 08:30 - 13:00 or 14:00 - 16:00)
R
Full day (Mon - Fri, 08:30 - 16:00)
R 1 205,00
After hours and weekends, daily rate
R 2 410,00
602,50
Environmental education programmes may qualify for
the tariffs to be waived, on approval by management.
Important information
 Staff are not available unless specifically arranged.
 No catering or cleaning services are provided.
 Wood for the outdoor braai is not provided.
One route is via Helen Suzman Blvd (M6). From
Buitengracht Street, turn onto Helen Suzman Blvd. Proceed
straight, pass the Cape Town Stadium. Turn right into Bill
Peters Drive. Turn left and then right to continue on Bill
Peters Drive.
GPS co-ordinates
-33 54' 1.51"S, 18 24' 27.31"E
Public transport
Take one of these MyCiTi bus routes to reduce your carbon
footprint:
104 - Three Anchor Bay stop, 300 m walk
105 - St Bedes stop, 900 m walk
108 - Ellerslie stop, 600 m walk
109 - Ellerslie stop, 600 m walk
The centre strives to implement ecological best practice
principles: saving energy and water, reducing waste
and protecting biodiversity. Please assist with this goal.
 Instead of electrical heating we recommend that
guests bring blankets.
 We encourage the use of glass or enamelware rather
than disposables. As such, crockery and cutlery are
available. If disposables must be used, we
recommend biodegradable products.
BIODIVERSITY
SHOWCASE GARDEN
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION CENTRE
Contact details
(BSG EE CENTRE)
Paul Arends
[email protected]
021 487 2567
August 2015
Making progress possible. Together.
What you can use it for
What the BSG EE Centre has to offer
The building was originally used as a Scout hall. In 2010,
it was transferred to the City’s Environmental Resource
Management Department, and is now a fully
renovated centre. It will be used for running
environmental education programmes, especially
linked to the Biodiversity Showcase Garden in the
Green Point Park, but it’s also an ideal venue for:
The fully-equipped centre can accommodate 100
people seated at four-seater tables.
Automated drop-down projector screen
Nearby
 Training
Sound system
Green Point Park
 Education programmes
Flip chart
The Sea Point Promenade
* If a laptop is needed, it must be specially requested.
The Green Point Lighthouse
 Workshops
Audio-visual equipment
Data projector
 Events
Fully equipped kitchen
 Birthday parties
Cutlery and crockery for 100 people
 Year-end functions
Two-plate stove
 Team-building days
Microwave
 Weddings
Fridge
Kettles
Air pots
Hydroboil
* Please note, table cloths are not provided.
On the grounds
Outside seating and braai area
Landscaped indigenous garden areas - complementary
to the Biodiversity Showcase Garden in the Green Point
Park, these spaces can be used to showcase the natural
wealth and diversity of our ecosystems
Mouille Point and Three Anchor Bay
The V&A Waterfront
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