Lady Grey is a small Victorian town situated in the Northern Cape and is approximately 50 kilometres from Aliwal North along the R58 towards Barkley East.
The town was founded in 1856 and named after Lady Eliza Spencer, the wife of Cape Governor Sir George Grey. The town is a great place to visit to relax and unwind, it is rich in history. Travellers can enjoy the swim in the Lady Grey Dam which was built in 1925 and is also a great spot for an afternoon picnic.
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