Mr L Makhubo (Contact Person)
    036 637 2992 (Telephone)
    036 637 2992 (Fax)
    lsmakhubo@ladysmith.co.za (Email)

Physical Address

Siege Museum
151 Murshicon St

Postal Address

PO Box 29

Nestling in a corner of the Balele mountains, the little town of Utrecht is one of the five original Voortrekker settlements established prior to 1850.

Utrecht was prominent during the Anglo- Zulu War of 1879, when for several weeks it served as British HQ for both Commander-in-Chief Lord Chelmsford and Colonel Evelyn Woods' famous 'Flying Column'. The house in which Prince Louis Napoleon is said to have visited the daughter of Swart Dirk Uys is today an important tourist attraction.

Utrecht is uniquely situated within a game park - animals roam into town at night!

Other areas in Utrecht