WHERE ARE WE?

We are 36km North of Brits on the R511 towards Thabazimbi. 

Co-ordinates 25º 22’ 27”S 27º 35’ 47”E

On mobile maps: -25.37417 27.59639

OPENING HOURS

We’re open everyday except Mondays

08:00am-18h00

On Sundays we close at 3pm.

Events

 

We will inform you of events taking place so keep your eye on this page.

The next Car Boot Sale is on 5 March 2022 

from 9am - 3pm.  We plan to do this on the first weekend of every second month. 

 

So either bring your clutter and sell it or come and have a look at the interesting goods we have.

The Art Festival will take place on 6 February 2022 from

9am - 3pm.  A display of original Fine art with demonstrations by the artists.

Lizz Meiring is hier Vrydag 11 Maart 2022 19h00. Kom 18h00 dan eet julle solank. Kry vir jou 'n baby sitter daai aand en kom geniet die show.  Vir die wat vér bly is daar baie bly plekke in die omgewing. Kontak Lynette 0722882094 vir die kaartjies en lys van bly plekke.  Kaartjies is R150.00 per persoon. 

Most Sundays we have Pony rides for the kiddies.  The Pony's name is Moon. 

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Check out the Beestekraal Facebook Page for any additional info.

We have the Stasie Kafee for anything you have forgotten to pack, fresh breads, biltong, meat, eggs, rusks and anything you can think of. Fresh Jersey Milk, butter and haloumi.

 

We've had some very special people here, André Swiegers has entertained us a number of times and Riana Nel made her "Dans" CD here and then we also give up-and-coming stars a chance to shine and entertain here.

 

Christoff 'Appel' Kotze has entertained us here and it was an awesome show.  Make sure you attend his next show.

Recently we had André Swiegers here again and also Anton Goosen.  Also for Christmas one year we had a Brass band playing Christmas Carols.

We'll keep you posted for the next event.

Guests have asked for some history so here goes.

The Station was opened in the 1940's and the Station master in that time was here some years ago and told me that Leopards would chase down Impalas in front of the building.  There was no road of course.  Goods and passengers would arrive on Ox wagons in those years.  The buildings were sink and only in the early 1970's the Goods shed and other buildings we see now, were built.  

We have customers from all over the World, for example a customer from London once had his motorbike serviced in London and the owner of the shop asked him where he got the Beestekraal Stasie sticker on the bike from, as the bike owner and the shop owner had both been here.

A local guy once did business in Hong Kong and on that weekend there was a SA Rugby game going on and he joined a group near a TV in a Pub in Hong Kong.  The group were from London.  He says they were all talking about Beestekraal Stasie because all of them had been here.

I will post more stories as I remember them.  Hope you enjoyed this.

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