In 1928, the town of Wynyard was described as follows:
Wynyard has a population of about 1,500 and the municipality of Table Cape, of which Wynyard is the centre, has a population of nearly 6,000. The town is well laid out with well-kept roads and footpaths. It has excellent water service and electric supply, a public library, three public halls, in two of which pictures are screened regularly, seven banks and five churches, the bank buildings and churches being very noticeable architectural features of the town. The town is well catered for from a sporting standpoint, there being two excellent golf courses within easy reach of the town.
The following pictures were published in the Weekly Courier in 1919: