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
  • Overland Liquor Store
  • Foodzone Supermarket
  • T-Mart Convenience Store
  • Hairdresser- Hair by Sandi
Things to do in the village:

  • Browse the two trading posts on the premises for arts, crafts, Africana books, collectibles 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
  • 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
  • Cruises on the Ebenezer dam
  • Magoebaskloof Adventures
  • Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours