A fertile, citrus-producing area irrigated by the waters of the Hartebeespoort Dam.
To the South of Brits, beneath a karee tree, the armistice treaty of the Boer Civil War was signed in 1864 and, nearby De Wildt station, a famous speech by General Hertzog in 1912 led to the formation of the National Party.
Founded in 1924 on the farm Roode Kopjes, it was named for the owner Gert Brits.
A private game reserve and wilderness area in the heart of the bushveld. Some 4 000 ha (10 000 acres) of rolling hills, wetlands and seasonal rivers with wonderful bird life and great opportunities for game viewing.
De Wildt Cheetah Research Centre
Renowned throughout the world for its success in breeding and studying cheetah, king cheetah, brown hyena, suni, blue duiker and wild dogs.
Finfoot Lake Reserve
Chalet accomodation and canoeing, game drives, swimming, mountain biking, fishing and bush walks.
The town's surrounding area boasts numerous well-stocked game reserves offering varying vegetation, animal species and types of accommodation.
The tree at which the peace negotiations between the state representative and the people's leader took place after the Battle of Crocodile River in 1864.
Carousel Entertainment Complex
Show bars, boxing matches, theme restaurants, cinemas, live entertainment, and video arcades.
For the ideal selfdrive route start at the World Heritage Site of Stekfontein Caves and continue onto Hartbeespoort Dam, Rustenburg Nature Reserve, Pilanesberg and Sun City.