In the 'hood, Groblersdal as a destination

Groblersdal is part of what is known as the Cultural Heartland of Mpumalanga in South Africa. Interestingly, Groblersdal all started because of the irrigation scheme of the spectacular Loskop Dam and is named after the original owner of the Klipbank farm, WJ Grobler. Groblersdal is cosy farming town and situated just 15 minutes north of the massive Loskop Dam. Because of its position, this ... cont.

Loskop Valley, Between Marble Hall and Groblersdal, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Directions to Bushfellows Game Lodge

From Johannesburg:
185km's From Sandton: (Recommended Route - Drive time approx 2 hours. Take Pietersburg by-pass around Pretoria (N1). The last exit on leaving Pretoria is Zambezi Drive (Exit 152). Take Zambezi off-ramp and turn right toward Cullinan at traffic light. (You are approx 120kms away) At the next traffic light turn left at Kwa-mahlanga sign. Proceed straight. Approx 60kms. Continue through first stop. Turn left at second Stop.(there are road works about 1km before this Stop). You will be back in the countryside in 2kms. Travel to next 4-way Stop(approx 30kms), turn right direction Siybuswa/Maphotla. Continue through next 2 stops. Turn left at T-Junction . Proceed until “Bush Fellow Game Lodge”/Vaalfontein sign, turn right onto sand. Travel next to water-furrow for 5km and turn right at bridge over canal with Lions on top of pillars.

From N1 Settlers / Codrington to Marble Hall Drive time 2.5 hours:
After Carousel Casino on Warmbaths highway, take Settlers/Codrington offramp. Turn right over highway and continue for +- 120kms to north side of Marble Hall.

From Marble Hall:
From the north side, keep to the right and drive past Marble Hall town going over 3 stop streets. Continue going straight leaving Marble Hall in direction of Siyabuswa. Drive past airstrip on right and Golf course on left. After +-5km, turn left onto sand road at Bush Fellows sign. Follow road for +- 5km along water furrow. Lodge is on the right at bridge with Lions on top of orange coloured pillars.

From Bronkhorstspruit : Pretoria / Witbank / Middelburg:
Turn off N4 highway at 2nd Bronkhorstspruit off ramp, toward Groblersdal. Travel in direction of Groblersdal. After 96km from highway, turn left at T-junction. Travel approx 17km until Dennilton, Bush Fellow Game Lodge sign. Turn left onto sand road. Left again at 1st T-junction. Travel approx 4 km to T-Junction, turn Right. Lodge is on your left +-1km at bridge with Lions on top of orange pillars.

From Nelspruit Drive time approx 2.5 hours:
From Nelspruit, head to Belfast. Go through Belfast onto the Stoffberg road. At the T-junction after Stoffberg, turn right to Groblersdal. Continue straight through Groblersdal, over 5 stop streets. After +-18 km turn left at the sign “Bush Fellows game lodge” and Dennilton. At the T-junction , turn left and continue for approx 4km. Turn right at T-junction. Lodge is on your left +- 1km at bridge with Lions on top of pillars.

Amenities in the area

  • Internet Café (0 km)
  • Bank and/or ATM (25 km)
  • Bars and/or Nightlife (25 km)
  • Grocery Store (25 km)
  • Airport (120 km)


  • Bird watching
  • Children's entertainment
  • Clay pidgeon shooting
  • Game viewing
  • Gym / fitness centre
  • Health spa / massage
  • Hiking trails
  • Swimming

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