Attractions in Kimberley and The Northern Cape

From The Big Hole to Augrabies Falls

See Kimberley’s famous Big Hole for yourself, tee off with a round of golf or explore the stunning natural beauty of the Northern Cape. There is so much to do in Kimberley and the Garden Court Kimberley has many great attractions on its doorstep.

For golfing enthusiasts, the Flamingo Casino Golf Course offers an 18-hole course, situated on the edge of Kimberley.

The famous Big Hole Museum is surrounded by original buildings from the mining era, which form an open-air museum called Old Town. Here you can stroll through the streets and visit real shops and saloons from the 19th century.

The Karoo Gariep Conservancy and Augrabies Falls National Park both provide visitors with the opportunity to explore vast tracts of unspoiled natural beauty. Beautiful Kamfers Dam is a tranquil wetland and renowned birding area with National Heritage status.

Find out more about visiting the top Kimberley and Northern Cape attractions.

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S Circular Rd, Kimberley, 8300+27 53 839 4600

The Big Hole, Open Mine or Kimberley Mine is an open-pit and underground mine in Kimberley, South Africa, and claimed to be the largest hole excavated by hand, although this claim is disputed.

Wildebeest Kuil Rock Art Centre053 833 7069

Wildebeest Kuil Rock Art Centre is a rock engraving site with visitor centre on land owned by the !Xun and Khwe San situated about 16 km from Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa.

Comp Patterson Rd, Diskobolos, Kimberley, 8300+27 53 830 7101

Kimberley Airport is an airport serving Kimberley, the capital city of the province of Northern Cape in South Africa.

5 N Circular Rd, Kimberley, 8300, South Africa+27 53 830 4417

The Kimberley Mine Museum is a window back to a time when fortune seekers converged here to dig for diamonds.

Cullinan Cres, Kimberley, 8300+ 27 53 8311724

The William Humphreys Art Gallery, situated in Kimberley's Civic Centre, is considered one of the finest art museums in South Africa.

Pioneers of Aviation, General Ken van der Spuy Drive, Kimberley, 8301, Northern Cape+27 53 839 2722

This National Monument on the site of the first flying school in South Africa, comprises a memorial, a reconstructed hangar and a replica of the Compton Paterson biplane used in flight training.

Unnamed Road, Upington, 8801, South Africa+27 54 337 7900

Upington Airport serves as an international cargo hub. Most flights are non-scheduled chartered flights operating in the months of November to January to export ...

Modder River, Kimberley+27 53 581 9026

A world class 18 hole golf course, built to USGA standards which players can enjoy 360 days a year.