Western Cape Government film locations
The Department of Transport and Public Works offers filmmakers the opportunity to use locations owned by the Western Cape Government in their next production. Filmmakers can create memorable images using our properties.
Former Robbie Nurock Clinic
Situated in Buitenkant Street, Cape Town, the former Robbie Nurock Clinic closed in 2017 and is available to use as a location for your next film.
The offices and hallways are charming and are perfect for a period piece set in the 1800s or early 1900s.
68 Orange Street
You can use the feature-rich location at 68 Orange Street, Cape Town central business district (CBD), in your next production. This historical building is right next to the Labia Theatre and is maintained and managed by the Department of Transport and Public Works.
Founders' Garden Precinct
The Founders’ Garden is situated behind the Artscape Theatre in Cape Town CBD. The open ground has significant potential for creating a story for your film.
The Oude Molen eco-village in Pinelands boasts a large, green open space with old buildings and stables. The location has a rich history and has beautiful visual potential for your next film.
- Read more about the Oude Molen Eco-Village
The Porter Estate is situated in the beautiful suburb of Constantia. The grounds include open fields, trees and wooded areas. Use shots of the indigenous trees and shrubs and green fields in your next film.
Contact the Department of Transport and Public Works if you would like to use one of these properties in your next film: