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Gainsborough House a standalone house, rented out as a unit and is your private home away from home :)
The house co...
Every year millions of curious tourists flock to the shores of South Africa eager to experience the ultimate African ...
No. 11 on the River offers comfortable accommodation on the banks of the Vaal River. The self-catering accommodation ...
Atherstone Guest House offers comfortable accommodation in a beautiful 2-bedroom self-catering unit. This guest house...
Away from the busy huzz and buzz of the city.
Everything about Vanderbijlpark.
It is so quiet and no traffic in the area we travelled.
Animals and sunset.
The industrial town of Vanderbijlpark lies on the banks of the Vaal River that separates the Gauteng Province from the Free State Province in South Africa. The town was first established to house workers of a large steel mill and laid out in a garden city fashion with provision made for the residents’ recreational needs. Over half a million trees were planted to counter pollution emanating from the mills.
Vanderbijlpark residents are a cosmopolitan bunch with many engineers sourced from countries around the world. The town has several schools, churches, parks, malls and a university campus.
Visitors are attracted to Vanderbijlpark through the water-related activities available along the Vaal River that is navigable for over 50km. On weekends, motor sports enthusiasts, fishermen and families arrive to enjoy what the river has to offer.
Top 8 reasons to visit Vanderbijlpark
1. Cruise the Vaal River on the Liquid Lounge double-deck river boat. The boat company offers... Show more