Due to its fair annual rainfall, Stutterheim is a flourishing forestry centre which includes large
pine, gum and wattle plantations that are established on the slopes of the Kologha Mountains.
This scenic town is situated about 70km from East London on the N6 highway to the north. A number of cattle and sheep stud farms are also to be found in Stutterheim. Wool, beef,
dairy and citrus fruit are other central products which the area yields.
Stutterheim offers hiking, fishing (trout on the Gubu Dam, bass on the Wriffleswade Dam), horse riding and mountain biking. Play 18 holes of golf on a brilliant little course with alternative tee’s. Visit craft centres, a Xhosa cultural village and the resting place of Sandile, the Xhosa chief who died in the last of the nine Frontier Wars (1878).
Stutterheim is a great conference venue away from the big city buzz and a host of great venues are available.
Hotel, guest house, self catering, camping, B & B style accommodation are all on offer.