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About Hartbeespoortdam A mere 35 kilometers west of Pretoria, in the valley formed by the Magaliesberg and the Witwatersberg lies this tranquil dam and it's surrounding Towns and Villages.

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Fishing IAC have regular fishing competitions from various clubs. We are rated as one of the best fishing venues around the dam. Large groups from Bass Clubs as well as Freshwater Fishing Clubs visit us on a regular basis.

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Skiing Water skiing usually begins with a deep water start, with the skier crouching down in the water. When the skier is ready, the driver accelerates the boat to pull the skier out of the water.

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Windsurfing Windsurfing is a surface water sport that combines elements of surfing and sailing. It consists of a board usually two to four metres long, powered by the orthogonal effect of the wind on a sail.

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Bird Watching The term birdwatching was first used in 1901; bird was introduced as a verb in 1918. The term birding was also used for the practice of fowling or hunting with firearms as in Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor...

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Boating Watersport Boats or skiboats are high-powered Go-Fast boats (specialized towboats in fact) is designed for activities where a participant is towed behind the boat such as waterskiing and parasailing.

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About Hartbeespoortdam

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About Hartbeespoortdam

A mere 35 kilometers west of Pretoria, in the valley formed by the Magaliesberg and the Witwatersberg lies this tranquil dam and it's surrounding Towns and Villages.
Among these you will find Hartbeespoort, Ifafi, Kosmos, Melodie & Meerhof.
The dam, which was originally designed for irrigation, was completed in 1923, and first flooded it's wall in 1925.
The dam's main use is still irrigation, but people make the best of it for things like boating, skiing, and just plain fun!

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