The Bridgton e-Centre is situated in the heart of Oudtshoorn. The e-centre is situated next to Aurial College, a very well-known building among locals. The building was a hostel and training centre for aspiring teachers, making it a fitting accommodation for the e-centre, which aims to uplift and educate the community.
Oudtshoorn, known as the ostrich capital of the world and famous for the Cango Caves, is surrounded by the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains, and numerous valleys and rivers. It is the largest town in the Klein Karoo, which hosts the annual Afrikaans festival, Absa KKNK. Oudtshoorn is also the start of the famous Route 62 with some of the best wines in South Africa being produced in the surrounding areas.
The Klein Karoo town has also become a tourist hotspot, offering visitors a variety of options that include snow covered mountains in winter, balloon rides and fine dining at its many restaurants.
The CP Nel Museum is worth a visit to get a historical overview, as well as stepping over the suspension bridge.