The Little Karoo’s best kept secret, Uniondale on the R62, is to be found in a surprisingly green valley, surrounded by hills. The Kamanassie and Kouga mountains watch silently over this little farming town, and in the distance - the mighty Swartberg becomes the horizon.
Visitors to Uniondale are delighted with the diversity, stunning scenery, magical flora and incredible geology. Our beautiful historical buildings include seven national monuments. There is so much to see and do. Play a round of golf or go walking, cycling, and hiking. Visit our restaurants, coffee shops, antique shop and art gallery. We even have a dinner theatre or pub on Friday and Saturday nights. Meet the local characters who will tell you wonderful stories about the town and answer your questions about our ghost.
Nearby, there are San rock paintings dating back 3,000 years, birding, trout fishing, mountain biking, scenic gravel roads and botanic routes, game drives, hunting, and horse riding.
New Guest Farm opens
Monday 24th October 2011
A new self catering guest house has opened at the foot of the Swartberge at the entrance to scenic Toorwaterpoort. This is the house used in the film "Paljas" and has been completely modernised and equipped to ensure a comfortable stay.
Outeniqua Pass re-opened
Wednesday 7th September 2011
The Outeniqua Pass is reported open again to traffic after the large rockfall which totally blocked it last month.
Uniondale article in BEELD
Monday 7th March 2011
Plek waar selfs die inkommers welkom is. In ín dorpie soos Uniondale kuier legendes en spoke dalk sommer saam om die tafel of in ín kroeg. MARZAHN BOTHA het dadelik tuis gevoel in diť pragdorpie met sy interessante karakters.
Don't forget the Uniondale Market! Plenty to eat and lots to buy. On the following Saturdays in 2012:
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