In order to review a river- which is pretty strange to say the least- is to tell a tale of a discovery in 1411 by Bartholomew Diaz- who discovered the river mouth, so many years ago on his journey up from the Cape. By 1820, the English Settlers had arrived- a harbour was built at the mouth of the river, (which failed) and gradually, modernisation took place along the banks.
The Kowie River hosts, all forms of boating, swimming, fishing and wondrously- approx., 15 to 20 kilometres upstream, the water becomes fresh- 'Waters Meeting".
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