Great Brak River



Great Brak is a coastal village which falls under the Mossel Bay Local Municipality in the Western Cape province of South Africa, situated half way between Mossel Bay and George established along the Great Brak River estuary. This village was founded by the Searle family of Surrey, England, who become toll keepers, eventually established shopping, accommodation, shoe-making and timber businesses in the village.Today the village is a holiday destination, its beaches and lagoon providing major attractions. Highlights include a local history museum, historic buildings, the Wolwedans Dam, and a restored power station. The town includes both large, small and individually run businesses offering limited employment opportunities. There are a number of sporting facilities available, both private and owned by the Mossel Bay Municipality. There are senior and junior schools and private nursery schools. The village offers annual festivals and sporting events, a monthly flea market.

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