Geography and history
Lindley is a small town situated in the Thabo Mofutsanyana region of the Free State Province in South Africa. It was founded in 1875 on a farm named Brandhoek by an American missionary named Daniel Lindley. The town was also named after him. Lindley is located on the banks of the Vaal River where numerous of its residents have been seen having picnics. This town has an approximate population of 2 000 inhabitants and the majority of them mainly speaks Sotho.
Loads of tourist accommodation is available! Visitors are offered the chance to experience Lindley whilst staying over in one of the many bed and breakfasts, guest houses, self-catering units or camping sites available. Visit our accommodation directory for a complete list of places to stay in the region.
Activities and attractions
There are many historical attractions as well as adventurous activities for every member of the family to take pleasure in.
Things to do in Lindley include the following:
- British Memorial
- Fossils and San Rock Art
- Game viewing, Hunting and Bird watching
- October Festival (Typical country fair)
- Prehistoric Stone Huts
- Vaal River Resort
The business community of Lindley is thriving thanks to its residents and tourists. There are various products, souvenirs, shops and restaurants in the area to choose from. If you would like a full list of businesses in the region, please go to our business directory.
|Lindley Tourism Office Information|
|Telephone:||+27(0)58 463 0004|