What is available in and around Kimberley?
Big Hole Tourism Centre (2.6km)
The Visitor Centre tells the multi-faceted story of diamonds, this includes the of the people that sought them, the tools they used and the wealth they generated. In the Visitor Centre guest will have the opportunity to join a tour with a Site Guide.
GWK Park (2.8km)
Hoffe Park Stadium, also known by is sponsored branding name, GWK Park, is a multi-purpose stadium in Kimberley. It is part of a larger multi-sport complex known as Hoffe Park. It is currently used mostly for rugby union matches and is the home stadium of the GWK Griquas who compete in the Currie Cup and the part time home of the Central Cheetahs of Super Rugby. The stadium has a capacity of 18,000 spectators.
Gariep Fees (3.8km)
Gariep Fees is an annual festival hosted in Kimberley in September. The festival hosts some of South-Africa's top performers along with great food and entertainment for the entire family.
Mcgregor Museum (4.9km)
The McGregor Museum was officially founded on the 24th September 1907 when the title deeds were handed over to the Management Committee.
Flamingo Casino & Gholf Course (7.1km)
Flamingo Casino in Kimberley got its name from the abundance of these beautiful pink birds that make their home in the nearby Kamfers Dam. This 400 hectare expanse of water and wetland is home to breeding pairs of lesser flamingos who collectively offer a spectacular sight to behold for both tourists and locals alike.
Other attractions includes:
- Ghost Tours
- Walking tours
- Shopping at the Diamond Pavilion and the North Gate Mall