SA Guided Tours delights in exploring and showcasing little known aspects of any area. So, on a recent adventure into the interior, we left PE and took in these sights.
Built on the Despatch Brickfields in 1882, this chimney stack still stands, the tallest structure in the area.
Groendal Wilderness Area – rugged terrain and flowing streams ( when not drought-struck!) make this the perfect hiking, camping, chilling get-away spot.
The old Post Office in Enon, a Moravian Mission village which this year (April 2018) celebrates its founding 200 years ago.
The church bell in the Enon village square. It is still used.
The cellars below the Mission church, where wine was made from vineyards tended by Jesuit priests who took over the mission station in 1882
The abandoned Dumbrody Mission Church, built in 1880 by Trappist monks who came from Bosnia to work among the local people.
To preserve the magnificent view over the Sunday’s River Valley, Sir Percy Fitzpatrick bought this ground and built the Lookout. he and his wife are buried here.