Our Story

The Tsitsikamma was home to the ancient Khoisan people who called it ‘Sietsiekamma ‘or ‘place of clear water’. It is here that Judy Woodgate started a bottling plant in 1997 after discovering the high quality of spring water on her Tsitsikamma farm. Tsitsikamma Spring Water is sourced from a quartzite aquifer within the pristine Tsitsikamma Mountains.

Today, Tsitsikamma Spring Water has diversified into an entity that not only bottles still, sparkling and flavoured water, but also manufactures its own bottles and preforms.
We do this to maintain the unique purity of Tsitsikamma Spring Water and protect the beautiful environment which so generously provides it.

Purity and Quality

Only Mother Nature occupies the mountainous Nature Conservation Area where the source of Tsitsikamma Spring Water can be found. This ancient natural wilderness remains unspoiled, removing the risk of external pollution.

This sweet tasting water is filtered naturally as it journeys through the various layers of rock which impart the delicate balance of minerals that give it its unique flavour.

In order to comply with industry standards, the water is filtered again prior to bottling to ensure that there are no impurities and then UV treated as an extra precaution. The mineral composition is in no way altered by these safety precautions.

From source to bottled product, sophisticated engineering and strict process control are instrumental in ensuring the consistent purity of Tsitsikamma Spring Water. In-plant testing, off-site monitoring and external third-party auditing, ensure that the highest quality standards are met.

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Less plastic, less impact.

Not only is bottled water the healthiest beverage option for your body, it is also the best packaged beverage option for the environment because it has the lightest environmental footprint of all packaged beverages. All our preforms and bottles are manufactured at the bottling plant, reducing transport and related carbon emissions. Tsitsikamma Spring Water continually strives to further shrink its carbon footprint, and recently all label sizes were reduced and the 5L bottle light-weighted (22% less plastic).