Vryburg is located approximately halfway between Kimberley and Mafikeng, in the Bophirima region of the North West. Known to be one of the country’s largest beef producing areas especially Bonsmara cattle. The town is also a thriving agricultural centre with maize and peanuts being produced. Vryburg plays host to South Africa’s third largest annual agricultural show which is well attended each year by locals and visitors.
The town radiates an atmosphere of prosperity as its modern architecture blends naturally with its surroundings and the well-preserved buildings are carefully maintained. The town has a good infrastructure and is located on the main railway lines from Cape Town to Botswana and Zimbabwe. Read some interesting articles on the region in our article section of this directory.
Vryburg still has its sense of history which includes a stone church built in 1904 by the London Missionary Station, a museum and concentration camp cemetery. Other attractions include a golf course, nature reserve and fantastic rock engravings at Kinderdam which is halfway between Vryburg and Madibogo.