The well-known Lake Predator Park, a tourist attraction in Hartbeespoort, on the banks of the Hartbeespoort Dam against the slopes of the Magaliesberg  mountains, is going on auction.

This tourist attraction and property is the ideal investment for expanding or entry into the tourism industry.

The property is based in the town of Hartbeespoort in the North West province, a popular holiday, tourist and weekend destination for visitors from nearby Gauteng Province.


Some of the main tourist attractions in and around the town are the Hartbeespoort Dam wall and tunnel, Snake Park, Dam Aquarium, Hartbeespoort Aerial Cableway (the longest mono-cableway in Africa), Transvaal Yacht Club, Oberon Leisure Resort, Welwitchia Country Market, Bush Babies Monkey Sanctuary and other leisure-oriented venues around the dam, as well as a number of other leisure developments and resorts in progress.

The property consists of a main house with four bedrooms, staff quarters with twelve bachelor rooms, kitchen area and bathrooms, plus another house with fi ve bedrooms.

The entertainment area includes a restaurant and pub, large rock pool, thatched boma and outdoor bar area, ten luxury tents surrounding the dam, with a boma, lounge and kitchen.

The office area has a warehouse, offices, workshop and numerous out-buildings.

Lake Predator Park has a zoo licence and excellent facilities to accommodate a large variety of animals, including breeding camps for lions and various other predators, a large quarantine area, elephant handling facility (not in use), veterinary surgery and clinic, medicine rooms with a kitchen and overnight quarters for animals (optional).

The property is secure with security control at the main gate.


When and where:

_ The property will be auctioned by Pieter Geldenhuys, from Bidders Choice, on 21 April at 11am at the premises of Lake Predator Park Hartbeespoort.

For more information

visit or contact Pieter Geldenhuys on 082 808 1801