Winterton

In 1905 the Natal government built a weir across the Little Tugela River and founded an irrigation settlement called Springfield and later named Winterton, after the Secretary of Agriculture in Natal, HD Winter.

The little settlement of Winterton is situated in the beautiful foothill country of the Cathedral Peak area of the Drakensberg and forms the entrance to the Central Drakensberg. Its museum has themes of the geology, fauna and flora of the Drakensberg, the history of farming in the area, the early inhabitants and the Boer War Battles that have occurred nearby.

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