Tourist Attractions in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Highveld & Cosmos, Mpumalanga

Tourist Attractions near Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Zebra at Pienaarsdam

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Middelburg dam wall

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Middleburg - South Africa - Sunset

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The Mpumalanga town of Middleburg was established in 1866, at about the same time as Johannesburg. After the fall of Pretoria in the Anglo-Boer War, the town served as the seat of government for a while. Today Middleburg is the main commercial and industrial centre for a large coal-mining district. The town has experienced tremendous growth over recent years. It stands high on the banks of the Little Olifants River, which marks the boundary between Highveld and Middleveld. The town still maintains its small-town charm and has a moderate climate of warm summers and cool winters. The nearby Botshabelo Nature Reserve and Museum make for an interesting visit with panoramic views of the old Botshabelo Mission that was founded in 1865. The mission was founded by a German missionary, Alexander Merensky, who erected a fort to protect himself and his followers from attacks, and developed the farm into a self-sustained village. Other attractions in the area include the Loskop Dam Nature Reserve, with a large cross-section of species of wildlife.

Things To Do in Middelburg, Mpumalanga
Kranspoort Golf Club Kranspoort Golf Club
in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Mpumalanga
Middelburg, Mpumalanga Attractions
Middelburg Information Centre: less than 5 km
Middelburg Country Club: 6 km
Middelburg Dam: 8 km
Fort Merensky: 17 km
Witbank Dam: 30 km
Pullenshope Country Club: 34 km
Greenside Golf Club: 35 km
Blinkpan Golf Club: 35 km
Kranspoort Vakansiedorp Bostrotsfees: 43 km
New Clydesdale Colliery Golf Club: 47 km
Arnot Golf Club: 47 km
Rietkuil Golf Club: 47 km
Loskop Dam Game Reserve: 58 km
Nearby Towns
Blinkpan
Kranspoort
Witbank

Botshabelo

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Pumpkin Tree Guesthouse in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Mpumalanga
Pumpkin tree Guesthouse is a uniquely picturesque retreat from the fast pace of city life. Accommodation is offered in four double rooms sleeping two guests each.
Oregon Place in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Mpumalanga
The guesthouse offers 14 stylishly decorated en-suite rooms providing guests with privacy in a homely environment. A superb English breakfast can be enjoyed in our spacious dining area
Pillars Accommodation in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Mpumalanga
Our units are all open plan with en-suite bathrooms with a shower, toilet and wash basin. The kitchens are fully equipped with a fridge-freezer, microwave, kettle and under counter oven and hob.
Topiary Guesthouse in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Mpumalanga
Topiary Guesthouse offers its guests two luxury rooms with television (M-Net and kyknet) and tee and coffee facilities. By the end of July there will be a total of five en-suite rooms available. Dedicated to warm and professional service, Caren ...
Kairos Home in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Mpumalanga
We offer fully equipped private apartments, situated in a tranquil environment with a meticulous garden. We have a outdoor swimming pool & thatched barbecue area with a dining room and lounge to relax in.

The Mpumalanga town of Middleburg was established in 1866, at about the same time as Johannesburg. After the fall of Pretoria in the Anglo-Boer War, the town served as the seat of government for a while. Today Middleburg is the main commercial and industrial centre for a large coal-mining district. The town has experienced tremendous growth over recent years. It stands high on the banks of the Little Olifants River, which marks the boundary between Highveld and Middleveld. The town still maintains its small-town charm and has a moderate climate of warm summers and cool winters. The nearby Botshabelo Nature Reserve and Museum make for an interesting visit with panoramic views of the old Botshabelo Mission that was founded in 1865. The mission was founded by a German missionary, Alexander Merensky, who erected a fort to protect himself and his followers from attacks, and developed the farm into a self-sustained village. Other attractions in the area include the Loskop Dam Nature Reserve, with a large cross-section of species of wildlife.