the old fish house, dating from the 19th century, which has been converted into the Yzerfontein Tourism Bureau.
two lime kilns
Archaeological digs in Yzerfontein have found remains of food and tools left by ancient people, who inhabited Yzerfontein. They hunted antelope such as reedbuck and the extinct Cape Zebra and Bloubok, and also dined on shellfish, penguins, cormorants, tortoises, dune mole rats, snakes and ostrich eggs. They also ate the blubber from whales which washed up – we know this because of the presence of a certain type of barnacle that only lives on whales. However, they didn't seem to feast on Yzerfontein's bounty of fish.