Have you been missing your blueberry fix? Our farm cafe will be open during the Spring Festival on the following days:
Saturday & Sunday, 19th & 20th September
Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 24th, 25th, 26th, and 27th September
Opening Times 10am – 4pm
Include our Farm Cafe as a stop as you make your way around the mountain enjoying the blossoms and the markets. All your favourites are on the menu including our divine Bean There Coffee, our homemade sparkling cordials, our selection of cool American-Style pancakes and of course our famous blueberry pie, muffins and blueberry cheesecake. New to our Cafe are our Blueberry and Chocolate Milkshakes.
Visit McMahon Farm 1km down the dusty Cheerio Road where you will find a very interesting family. From Musicians to Entomologists to Botanist to essential oil Distillers to Ironsmiths, painters and a little bit of madness. Pop into the McMahon Farm for a Essential Oil Tour, snake and spider Workshop and maybe even a little electric guitar show. If you feel like a walk through an indigenous Grassland as well as an indigenous forest and end it off with a cheese platter at Wegraakbosch Organic Farm no problem!
18 – 21 September 2015
The Ansellia and Tzaneen Flower Clubs will be demonstrating their great skill interpreting set themes in an exciting and demanding flower arranging competition.
The Insane Series of photography workshops series is heading to Haenertsburg in September. We will be at the Spring Festival! There will be workshops for beginners wanting to learn more about photography and their cameras. Intermediary courses include still life images, landscape, portrait, family fun and editing ideas for everyone. ‘On and Off’ camera flash techniques, LED lighting and more…
Visit Wegraakbosch Farm during the Spring Festival for cheese tours and more!
Cheese tours daily at 10am while cheese making in progress. Farm tours can be given at any time, booking essential. Platters served in a farm atmosphere. Our farm is open and we are also selling at the Magoebaskloof Hotel Market and at the Roadstall below Lekwar on the R71 below Haenertsburg.
We are very pleased to welcome Richard Cock back to Haenertsburg for the Spring Festival. He is a world renowned conductor who manages to delight and entertain crowds with his lively mix of classical and contemporary music. There will be two concerts during the Festival on Wednesday 23 September at Haenertsburg Christian Church and Sunday 27 September at Barnyard Theatre, Stanford Lake College.