This town was established on the farm Koffiekuil, in 1892, and named after the Dutch Reformed minister of Fauresmith, when the new congregation was later officially formed. It is situated on Road R48, 50 km south of Koffiefontein, in a primarily merino sheep farming district. Taubie Kushlick, the doyenne of South African theatre, was born here.
Adventure And Sport
Hunting: There are numerous farms in the district that offer hunting opportunities. For more information contact the Municipality.
History And Architecture
Dutch Reformed Church: The Dutch Reformed Church was built in 1892 with stone from the area.
Gunpowder House: The Gunpowder House dates back to the Anglo-Boer War.
Historic Gas Lamp: The gas lamp in front of the City Hall was used as a streetlight during bygone times.
Weather Rock: The funny inscriptions, describing the different weather conditions in Luckhoff, on the “Weather Rock” at the entrance to the town, will hopefully elicit a chuckle or two; so do pay it a visit.