Fynbos Estate covers 320 hectares, which is about the size of inner Cape Town. Of these 20 hectares are wine-grape vineyards and olive groves, 30 hectares are open farmland, and 270 hectares are granite mountain.
Being a working farm, visitors will always be able to see, and sometimes to participate, in one or another farming activity. There is the pruning of olive trees, harvesting of grapes, feeding of animals, clearing the mountain of aliens, and making of wine. Day and overnight winemaking events are available from (usually) late January to the end of February. Meeting the farmyard animals is a great treat for old and young, as is exploring the natural abundance of indigenous plant and animal life.