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South Africa :: North West
:: Hartbeespoort Dam
Category: Attraction :: Dam/Lake
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Hartbeespoort Dam Lies in the Crocodile River about 30km west of Pretoria and 12 km south-east of Brits in the Northwest Province of South Africa. The dam, completed in 1923, has a capacity of 186 million cubic metres and is the second biggest in the province. It was built in a narrow gorge between Silkaatsnek and Kommandonek in the Magaliesberg range and provides water to Pretoria and Johannesburg. The road between Pretoria and Rustenburg, crosses the dam wall. Hartbeespoort Dam is a popular week-end destination for campers from Pretoria and Johannesburg.
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Take the N4, R513 or R514 from Pretoria. It lies about 30km west of Pretoria >From Johannesburg take the R511 or R512. It lies about 50km northwest of Johannesburg.
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