Paaltjies fees kick in 1 October

10 September 2018 | Government

The City of Windhoek announced that the recreational park tariffs to enter the Brakwater Park, also known as Paaltjies, officially come into force on 1 October 2018. From then, visitors will be required to pay N$1 500 for corporate events and N$500 for private functions, according to a statement.

Visitors can make a booking at the Parks Division on Wednesdays and Thursdays to secure a stand. They will be issued with a stand number that must be presented as proof of payment to the City of Windhoek staff member or patrolling City Police member upon request.

Failure to present a proof of payment would see revellers being asked to exit the recreational park.

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