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Magoebaskloof Berry Festival 2017
11 – 12 February 2017


Join us for a weekend of family fun!  Pick you own blueberries at Blueberry Heights Farm, browse the Village market for yummy foodstuff, spickles, craft beer and home-made jams. The area of Magoebaskloof has a lot to offer, so explore while you are here. 
Linda 082 575 5738 |  |

Berry Trail Run 12 February 2017
   The Trail Run will be taking place on Blueberry Heights Farm on Sunday 12  February. There will be three races available – 3km, 5.5km and 9km catering to all levels from beginner to expert. This is a fun event where the whole family can participate, if you don't feel like running, you can walk and still enjoy the beautiful views that the trail offers.

  Jon 082 880 8787 |

What is new on “The Mountain”

Zwakala Brewery opened its doors and visitors are streaming to this very popular venue Located next to Minas Art Cafe and Farm Venue.

Open on Saturdays and Sundays and public Holidays.  Book now for a brewery tour on Sat and Sun at 11:30.  Group tours during the week can be arranged.

073 791 6797

Zwakala Brewery




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What to do in the Village

See our Map of the Village

  • Browse for something special in our interesting gift and antique shops.
  • Visit one of our restaurants or coffee shops.
  • Walk the grasslands - the Louis Chanquion trail starts in the village.
  • Visit the War memorial in the market square and the Museum in the Pennefather complex.
What to do in the Area
  • Fish the tranquil waters of Dap Naude Dam or various private waters through HTA
  • Stroll through the beautiful gardens of the Cheerio Valley
  • Take a farm tour and buy fresh produce
  • Cruise on the Ebenezer Dam
  • Drive through Woodbush forest, the second largest indigenous forest in the country (high clearance vehicle required)
  • Picnic at Debengeni falls
  • Hike and overnight on the Magoebaskloof Hiking trail or in the Wolkberg Wilderness area
  • Visit two historical sites where the famous Boer Long Toms were destroyed
  • Hike a short route from various establishments through indigenous forest and plantations
  • Slide through the Letaba Gorge on the Magoebaskloof Canopy Tour 
  • Abseil into or tube through the Letaba Gorge
  • Experience the scenic country side on a mountain bike or horse
  • See the Black-fronted Bush Shrike and the Blue Swallow (endemic to our area) and many others with a professional bird guide
  • Buy plants from a nursery and enjoy a cup of  tea
What to do in the District
  • Visit the home of the Rain Queen Modjadji and the pre-historic Cycad forest
  • Have tea at Kings Walden Garden Manor
  • Visit the giant baobab near Modjadjiskloof
  • Play golf at Tzaneen Country club or Fairview Country Lodge
  • Pamper yourself at the spa at Magoebakskloof Hotel