Seven Fountains

Seven Fountains was originally a resting place for ox-wagons in the 18th century and came to be known as Zuurplaats by early Dutch settlers to the area.

In 1820, abandoned loan-farms were re-allocated to newly arrived British Settlers. They erected the first Methodist church there in 1834 and it is still in use today even though a newer and larger church was built in 1929.

Today the village of Seven Fountains comprises shops, a clinic, sports club and police station which serve the local, mainly farming, population. 

Explore Seven Fountains

  • Go game viewing at nearby Pumba Private Game Reserve
  • Visit historic graveyards dating back to 1820
  • Book accommodation at Wolfe Lodge for a restful weekend break
  • Visit the Assegai Lodge which was built in 1717 by Dutch settler, Jan Frederick Potgieter and learn about this wonderful period home where a 250 year old rosebush and 130 year old orange tree still survive.