The wide variety of craft beer both bottled and on tap makes Phat Boys stand out from other local pubs, so if you are looking to sip a Dragon Fiery Ginger, a Darling Slow or a Stellenbrau Jonkers Weiss this is your place.
Picasso’s is a Mexican Taqueria situated in White River Mpumlanga and specialising in food for sharing. Good atmosphere, good friends and tequila too!
Seasons in Africa has a portfolio of fabulous properties and activities, stretching throughout Southern Africa – ranging from luxury lodges, hotels and restaurants to exciting adventures, proudly offered by a dedicated team. Each of the properties boasts warm, friendly and personalised service based on their passion for Africa and the hospitality industry.
The Barberton-Makhonjwa Geotrail offers another attraction just an hour away for White RIver visitors, and you don’t have to be a geology student or enthusiast to enjoy the winding road, spectacular views and the wonder of touching rocks which remain in place, frozen where they were when the genesis of life of earth occurred 3.5 billion years ago. Should the Geotrail become Mpumalanga’s first World Heritage Site, this attraction will draw visitors from across the globe.
Rotary is a worldwide service organisation which has grown from simple beginnings in the early 1900’s to over 34 000 clubs in 200 countries and a global membership of about 1.2 million. The Club has a strong focus on serving the community, which means they are kept busy running various fundraisers to raise money to carry out their projects.
Key business for Pam Golding White River is residential sales but due to White River’s country location, their portfolio includes a component of smallholding and farming properties. The local office is part of the well-known Pam Golding Group, so enjoys the muscle and support of a top industry role player.
Slow living in White River doesn’t mean you can’t be productive, or make a difference, or be involved. It also doesn’t mean slow service – often the downside of living in the “Slowveld”!
And Kallie should know – he established Lowveld Link in 1992 and 24 years later the company continues to grow and diversify into many facets of people transport. He describes Lowveld Link as the Mpumalanga Lowveld’s all-in-one transport solution and it’s easy to understand why.
Community conscious, the Steers, Fishaways and Debonairs group are very active in the White River community donating food to orphanages and old age homes and helping out the schools when they have large functions.
One option is to go undercover and stay home. Boring. White River and surrounds is at it’s best in January, even during this awful drought. It’s pretty and lush, far too good to waste it skulking indoors.