Great Brak River
Great Brak River is a historic coastal village built around the lagoon of the Great Brak River. It is located 17 kilometres north-northeast of the town of Mossel Bay.
Great Brak River is chiefly a holiday destination, with beaches and the lagoon providing the major attractions. The island residential area is linked to the mainland by a single lane bridge.
Enjoy ferry trips to the beach, fishing, a beautiful and safe estuary, bird watching, lovely scenic drives into the foothills of the Outeniqua mountains or whale watching during the mild sunny winters. For the more active Great Brak offers tennis, squash, bowls and internationally renowned golf courses on it’s doorstep.
Other highlights in Great Brak River include a local history museum, historic buildings built between 1852 and the mid-1930s, the Wolwedans Dam, and a restored power station dating back to the early 1900s.
The 4-star Botlierskop Private Game Reserve is the biggest commercial attraction in the Great Brak area, along with several small shops and restaurants located in the town center.
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