About Us

  • Quaggaskloof Waterski Club is a members only club situated 15km outside Worcester on the R43 road to Villiersdorp in the Western Cape
  • Campers and day visitors are allowed to frequent the club
  • QWC offers campers 27 camping sites with electrical points on each site as well as two park homes for hire
  • The dam is connected to the Brandvlei dam and during summer time the dam is at its full capacity
  • As the dam belongs to Department of Water Affairs, all members, day visitors and campers must comply to the South African Water Safety Rules
  • All boats and jetski’s must have the valid certificate of floatation and all skippers must have a valid skippers license
  • The club has low tolerance rule on ‘water-cowboying’ (playing dangerously on crafts in the water) – if you are found guilty of this you will be asked to leave immediately
  • Any under age skippering of a craft will not be tolerated – no skippers licence – NO skippering is allowed at any time
  • No boats or jetski’s will only be allowed on the water if they do not comply to these regulations
  • Members are very proud of the resort and respect all rules and regulations and expect visitors to do the same
  • We have a speed limit of 10kph on our roads – please adhere to this speed limit at all times!
  • The club is managed by Leon de Beer and his team
  • On weekends the clubhouse and bar are open
  • A tuck shop is open at certain times where one can buy wood, ice, cooldrinks and other small items
  • The club house is available for private functions – please contact Leon for details of hiring fees
  • Please note that the clubhouse is a NON-SMOKING area and the back part of the clubhouse has been designated for smokers in according with the Non Smoking Act
  • No campers/day visitors are allowed to bring dogs to QWC. This is not negotiable. Should you be found bringing a dog with – you will be asked to leave the premises immediately
  • Quaggaskloof offers a variety of exciting activities for both water sport lovers and anyone wanting to get away from the ‘hustle and bustle’ of the city life