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2021 will mark the sixth anniversary of the annual Magalies Rocks the Cradle Spring Festival, although 2020 was not held due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control. During this period it has become among the most memorable in South Africa, enjoyed by thousands, like you, who seek extra-ordinary short getaways.1

About Magalies Rocks the Cradle

Magalies Rocks the Cradle is unique in that it does not have a central event area. Instead MRtC has been designed to highlight the attractions of the Magalies region as a tourist area.



To do this the various local businesses will be presenting their own events over the weekend. These events will be held either at their own premises or one of the many other local establishments in the area.



In order for you to plan your weekend visit to Magalies Rocks the Cradle we have categorized the various events into “Focus Groups” of similar types such as Art, Culture, Adventure etc.

Entrance to many of the events is free.
For those that are not the costs and further information will be available here on the event link.


 
Come and celebrate the diversity of the Magalies region with us.

We offer not only a peek into 2.5 billion years of history, but a 72 hour journey  of discovery.
Experience inspiring cultures, cuisine, outdoor events, entertainment, crafts, must attend tours and workshops, art, wine, craft beer making, fauna, flora, photography, MRtC caters for all age groups and interests.

In order for you, the visitor, to plan your weekend visit to Magalies Rocks the Cradle we have categorized the various events into “Focus Groups” which are events of similar types such as Art, Culture, Adventure etc.

These Focus Groups are merely a general guide to the different types of event and in no way force you to visit all the events listed in a focus group.

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The Emergency Control Room: 071 139 6902