SNIPPETS OF THE MIDLANDS AMBLE
In 1997 a group of enthusiastic people in
Albert Falls, and adjacent area, met and
decided to form an organisation to promote
what was available for tourism in their
With the help of Councilor Candice Seymour
and Steve Botha of the then Indlovu
Regional Council. We celebrated a Grand
Opening of THE ALBERT FALLS AMBLE on
the 29th March 1998. The official launch
address was by Dr Ian Player.
The Fish Eagle bird was chosen by all as our
emblem, as its haunting call is heard
throughout the area.
The Amble is spreading with each
publication of our brochure. At the A.G.M. in
2001, it was decided and voted that the Name
would change to just "THE AMBLE" due to
the large area that the brochure covered.
the name was again changed to
THE MIDLANDS AMBLE in 2012, on the request of
N3 Gateway Organisation, who help to
distribute our brochures to other Provinces.