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Annual Events

These events take place once a year during indicated months.  Please contact us for the correct dates - if they are not on the page!

February -   Berry Festival
A feast of strawberries, raspberries and blueberries.  All home-grown in the Haenertsburg area. Enjoy interaction on the various farms, pick your own berries and enjoy a wonderful weekend in Haenertsburg.

May  - Kiwi Festival
Another must.  Satisfy the inner beast by feasting on this wonder fruit.  See how it is grown, marketed, packaged and taste all the wonderful dishes that you can make with them.The cooking competition inte Village Hall sees a number of well-known and amatuer chefs competeing for the much coveted cup!  Outdoor cooking competition and wine tasting. Products are also on sale in the marquee tent.


July - The Iron Crown Trail Run
An event organised by Rotary Haenertsburg - not for the faint-hearted!  Runners compete in 5, 10 and 21 km trail runs and there are also two walks. A well-organised and very popular item on the athletics calender!

July - Silvermist Health and Wellness Fair

Practitioners and therapists, highly trained in their respective fields, are waiting to guide you and point you in the right direction.
Soothing Foot Massage, Indian Head Massage,
Chirology  (psychological hand analysis),  Sound Healing, Chakra Balancing & Aura Dusting, ETA Scan, TRE (Trauma release exercises), Spa treatments, Family Counselling, Tarot and Angel card readings, Meditation tuition, and much, much more.

Health and wellness products  are on display and once again you will be able to stock up on all your favourite products. Essential oils, Himalayan Salt products, crystals, comfy colourful clothing, candles, wind chimes, herbal mixes and medications, you name it, we have it all.it! www.limpopobookings.co.za/haenertsburg-events.co.za

September -Magoebaskloof/Haenertsburg Spring Festival

Every year the azaleas and crab apples in the village gardens and at Cheerio burst forth in wonderfully colourful blosoms of pinks, purples and oranges.  A sight never to tire of. During the end to the beginning of September the Spring Festival takes place at the Magoebaskloof Hotel and Haenertsburg Village.
Cheerio Gardens and Sequoia Gardens will be at their most beautiful as the flowering cheery and crabapple trees burst into bloom and azaleas create a riot of colour.    Plans include two wonderful craft markets with their interesting goodies and fascinating demonstrations and the very popular orchid exhibition with beautiful and rare orchids, cymbidiums and bonsai

 More information on these happenings on www.limpopobookings.co.za

Facilities in Haenertsburg
  • Library - Open weekdays 08:30-13:00 and 14:00-17:30
  • Church Services:
    The Catholic Church Mount Carmel, Sundays 08:30
    Haenertsburg Christian Church, Sundays 09:00
    St Paul’s United Church, Sundays 09:30
  • Medical Supplies and Private Doctor
  • Post Office- Open:  Mon - Fri  08:30-13:00; 14:00 - 16:30, Sat 08:00 - 12:00 -16:30, On a wed we only open at 09:00
  • Fly-Fishing Shop
  • The Elms Gift Shop
  • Liquorzone/Haenertsburg Liquor Store
  • Foodzone supermarket
  • T-Mart Convenience Store
  • Hairdresser- Sandys

Things to do in the village:

  • Browse the two trading posts on the premises for arts, crafts, Africana books, collectables and beautiful country style gifts, clothing and the other quaint shops in the village
  • Visit the Long Tom Monument and War Memorial in the International arboretum
  • Visit the most beautiful little cemetery with stunning views of the area (nice venue for a sundowner)
  • Cozy restaurants, coffee shops, and pubs
  • The Louis Changuion hiking trail starts at the village hall (next to the cottages), a 10 km hike including the cemetery, our beautiful grassland, patches of indigenous forests and the Wilgespruit that surround the village
  • Spoil yourself with a relaxing massage
  • Visit the library

Things to do in the area:

  • Historical sites: Two places where the famous Boer Long Toms were destroyed
  • Woodbush forest, the second largest indigenous forest in the country
  • The Wolkberg Wilderness area
  • The Rainqueen Modjadji and the pre-historic Cycad forest
  • Trout fishing
  • Abseiling, tubing, mountain biking (own bike)
  • Horse riding
  • Birding (Two South African birds, the Black-fronted Bush Shrike and the Blue Swallow are endemic to this area)
  • Various tea gardens and nurseries
  • Picnicking at the Dap Naude dam
  • Waterfalls, including the Debengeni falls
  • Cheese-making tour
  • Magoebaskloof scenic drives
  • Pekoe View tea garden - (Sapekoe tea estate)
  • Cruises on the Ebenezer dam
  • Magoebaskloof Adventures
  • Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours 



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