Luckhoff lies on the R48, 50km south of Koffiefontein. This small, idyllic town offers a lifestyle or a visit at an `alternative' pace, and allows you to stop and experience the beauty
The town was established on the farm Koffiekuil (`coffee pool') in 1892 and named for the Rev H.J. Luckhoff, Dutch Reformed minister of Fauresmith when the new congregation was formed.
Dutch Reformed Church
100 years old (1892) , build out of stones from the area. In front of the City Hall stands a gaslamp that was used as a streetlight in earlier years.
Gunpowder house from the Anglo-Boer War
Commemorating the Groot Trek, +/- 3 km outside the town on the Fauresmith road.
Primary School 100 years old
"Ossewa" tracks dating from the Groot Trek in front of the school.
Rolfontein Nature Reserve
Unique succulents are found in the area.
Van der Kloof Dam (40 km from Luckhoff) - see VanderKloof (Northern Cape)
Unique weather rock at the entrance of the town.
On Deelfontein farm Oranges on the farm Dundee, known as the sweetest oranges in the region.
Contact Roelof Grobbelaar, Wolweplaat.
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