Local Attractions

84 on Main

De Deur Flea Market

Eikenhof Park
Eikenhof Park previously Buksies Resort

Geocaching in


@ Ginger's Cafe
Ginger's Cafe in Walkerville SA

Ladies Coffee Club
Ladies Coffee Club

Lido Hotel

Lungi's Berry Farm

Midvaal Treetop
Midvaal Treetop Adventures

Miss Grace
Country Food House


SunValley Wedding
& Golf Venue


Tedderfield Air Park

The Arboretum
Nursey & Guest Farm


The Art Farm

The Hideaway
Hideaway in Walkerville

The Shed

The Walkerville
Agricultural Society


Thyme Square
Garden Centre


Tour de Walkerville
Tour de Walkervillke

Tripoli Moths Shell Hole
meets on the first Saturday
of every month
Contact Pat O'Conner
082 857 0105


Walkerville Country

Walkerville Market
Every Sunday at the
Walkerville Showgrounds
11am to 4pm
For information regarding
the market contact

Walkerville Farmer's

Walkerville Farmer's Market

Walkerville Pony Club



There is always something happening in Walkerville. Enjoy a day out in the country, follow the Walkerville Meander and you will surely find an event that is right for you!

You can also check for forthcoming events on Facebook Walkerville_SA_on_Facebook


Walkerville Showgrounds
for info mail Market



IEC Voters Registration Weekend

Dates set for Final Voter Registration for National and Provincial Elections 2019

The second and final voter registration weekend will take place on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th January 2019  for the 2019 National and Provincial elections.
The country’s 22 932 voting stations will open from 08h00 to 17h00 to allow new voters to register and existing voters to update and to check their registration details.
Voters who are already registered should use the opportunity to visit their voting station to check their registration and specifically to confirm and update their address details.
All South Africa citizens aged 16 and older in possession of an official ID document can register as voters (although only those who are at least 18 years old on voting day may vote).
Voters should take a copy of their bar-coded ID book, smart card ID or temporary ID certificate when they go to register in the voting district in which they ordinarily reside.
When registering, voters will need to provide their address or a description of where they live to allow the Electoral Commission to place them on the correct segment of the voters’ roll. However, documentation or proof of address is not required.
In terms of the Constitution, the term of the current National Assembly and provincial legislatures ends on 6 May 2019 and elections must be held within 90 days thereafter. This means the elections must be held between 7 May and 5 August 2019.
Currently the lowest voter registration levels are for voters aged 18 – 19 (15.6% of estimated eligible population) and 20 – 29 (56.7% of estimated eligible population).
Registered voters can visit the Electoral Commission website (www.elections.org.za) to check their current registration details and voting station location. Check your registration status and avoid the queues if you are already correctly registered https://www.elections.org.za/regweekend/
They can also SMS their ID number to 32810 to receive an SMS containing the address of their voting station (charged at R1).
An online facility (www.elections.org.za/MyIEC) is also available for registered voters with access to the internet to update and review their address online.
Unregistered voters can insert their address in the Voting Station Finder application on the website (http://maps.elections.org.za/vsfinder/) to find their correct voting station
What is the difference between national/provincial elections and municipal elections?
In National and Provincial Elections, you vote for a political party (Proportional Representative or PR electoral system) to get seats in the national or provincial legislatures. In Municipal Elections, you vote for a political party and a ward councillor (a mixed system of PR and a ward constituency system) to get seats at the municipal level.

Voting - How it works

  1. On election day, go to the voting station at which you're registered (check your voter registration status to find out where you're registered). During national and provincial elections, you can vote at any station countrywide but, if you vote at a station outside the province in which you're registered, you can only vote in the national election.
  1. Show your green, bar-coded, South African ID book or a temporary identification certificate to the voting officer.
  1. The voting officer checks that your name appears on the voters’ roll. If you are not on the voters’ roll, but have proof that you have registered (e.g. registration sticker), the Presiding Officer must validate your proof of registration. If he/she is satisfied with the proof, you must complete a VEC4 form (national elections) or MEC7 form (municipal elections) and will then be allowed to continue as an ordinary voter.
  1. Once the voting officer is satisfied that you have the correct ID, are a registered voter and have not already voted, your name is marked off the roll, your ID is stamped on the second page and your thumbnail is inked.
  1. The voting officer stamps the back of the correct number of official ballot papers (one per election) and gives them to you.
  1. Take your ballot paper/s to an empty ballot booth, mark the ballot paper, fold it so that your choice isn't visible and place the ballot paper in the ballot box.
  1. Note: You can only vote once in each election.

 Please see the Midvaal Wards map below. These show which suburbs are in which ward and also where the regsitration stations are situated. Those that previously registered and voted at the Ohenimuri Golf Club will now go to the Adonai Church which is situated in the Ohenimuri Fairway Village.

Midvaal Ward Maps

Midvaal ward Maps

Midvaal Ward Maps





Auction and car boot sdale Walkerville


RBA Wolfs MC Day Jol


MARCH 2019

Walkerville Show 2019

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MAY 2019

Tour de Walkerville 2019



EATING OUT IN WALKERVILLE a "support local" initiative

Don't schlepp to town, support local, there's plenty to choose from
visit the directory page for more information on the venues listed below

Eating out in Walkerville South Africa
Eating out in Walkerville South Africa

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If you are planning a function, or have a club that you would like to let people know about, send the details to Walkerville and we will put it on the website for you.  Functions for Schools, Charities and Churches are placed free of charge.  Functions at business venues, pubs, restuarants or that charge an entrance will be charged an advertising fee.

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