The Goetz Fleischack Museum dates back to the mid- to late-1800’s, when the homes were magnificently furnished in a Victorian style that may sometimes be considered as being “over the top” by today’s standards.
Home to over 200 species of birds, the OPM Prozesky Bird Sanctuary on the Mooi River is worth a visit. Bird watching is the main activity here and the reserve is designed to be accessible to birders on foot, with well-maintained paths, bridges and strategically placed hides. The wetland habitat attracts many species of water birds and waders during summer. African Purple Swamphen, Black Crake, Black-winged Stilt and various species of duck and herons are frequently seen.
Dome Bergland Nature Park lies on an 80 km wide impact site of a meteorite that crashed some 2 000 million years ago. But the parks allure goes beyond this mind-boggling attractions
Walk down Potchefstroom’s delightful avenue of old oak trees that date back over a hundred years. The 6.84 km lane was declared a monument in 1977. Considered the longest oak avenue in South Africa, it stretches from the Agricultural Centre to the Lakeside Resort.
Named after the beautiful river on which Potch is perched, this shopping centre enjoys prime positioning; the river flowing by peacefully, flanked by tall willow trees that cast a dappled shade over those walking or sitting below them. MooiRivier is committed to showcasing the natural beauty of the river.
Johannesburg's leading destination for family entertainment, offers something for everyone with its winning combination of fun, fantasy, and history. Over 30 thrill rides Jozi's story of Gold (Heritage Tour) Restaurants Amusement Attractions Tribal Dancers Kiddies Corner Farmyard Speciality Shops
The Stoneridge Centre is characterised by plenty of light and air, making it an inviting shopping mall and a fabulous place to meet friends and family. The Adventure Golf addition is relatively new to the centre and only adds to the fun and excitement in store, especially for little ones on school holidays.
Join us for the ultimate flying experience. Get to know your fellow passengers as you enjoy a pre-flight cup of tea or coffee before joining the crew as they prepare the balloon for your adventure Floating like a cloud and look down on a 360 degree ever changing view.
For a view that goes on forever, visit the Johannesburg Planetarium. There are shows every day except Sunday. Built in 1960, the Planetarium still hosts about 70,000 visitors per year. Most visitors are school children and they are taught about the star signs, while older children are taught about the movement of the moon and how it changes in relation to the earth. Adults are able to explore astronomy in more detail.
The Joburg Theatre is Africa’s premiere home of live entertainment, presenting world-class international and home-grown theatre. With three theatres, a News Café, 8 function rooms for private dining or corporate functions, dance studios and Space (a facility within the theatre complex for the achievement of community development goals), the Joburg Theatre is a exciting, bustling venue from early morning to late at night.
The Cradle of Humankind, just outside Johannesburg in the South African province of Gauteng, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an integral part of the study of humankind. In fact, it is known around the world for its contributions to archaeology and anthropology. Today, it continues to invite people from all over the globe to discover the ancient gems that lie in the heart of the earth.
Askari Game Lodge provides a unique African safari experience with The Big 5, in a Malaria free area. Activities include Elephant Experiences, which includes touch and feed interaction with our elephants, game drives, a private museum with ox wagon collection as well as accompanied bush walks