The green and white tin roof on the Victoria Trading Store make it easy for visitors to spot. Another clue is the old green truck parked on the opposite corner of the N12. The building is divided into two parts. As you enter, the store containing a variety of snacks, crisps, cold drinks and sweets. There are also small items such as fridge magnets and lucky packets for children for sale. The freshly baked meat pies are the small stores speciality.
Through to the next room is the Mannetjies Roux Museum. This small museum contains a variety of memorabilia belonging to the rugby playing legend, Mannetjies Roux. There are photos, old rugby boots and balls and even a life-size poster with cut out faces behind which visitors can pose for photos.