Tourist Attractions in Anerley, South Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Anerley, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Southport beach

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Southport river

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Anerley is a small resort village situated about eight kilometers to the north of the town of Port Shepstone on the South Coast of Natal.

Anerley is only thirty kilometers from the Oribi Gorge, a 400 metre deep gorge which is the largest and most spectacular gorge in KwaZulu-Natal. This gorge is in an 1800 hectare nature reserve along the Umzimkulwana River and is between Port Shepstone and Harding. Anerley's claim to fame is Huberta, a hippopotamus that is said to have passed through the village in 1928 on her journey from Zululand to East London, a 1600 kilometer journey that took her three years.

Things To Do in Anerley
Anerley Attractions
Southport Beach: less than 5 km
Banana Beach: less than 5 km
Novonia (1934): 7 km
Nearby Towns
Mellville Beach
Pumula
Sea Park
Southport
Sunwich Port


Mbango 2 in Anerley, KwaZulu-Natal
Mbango 2 is a 3 bedroom; elegantly furnished self catering apartment situated 150 meters from the beach and is part of the Mangrove Beach Estate in Banana Beach/Melville area on the South Coast
Oceans Paradise Beach Cottage in Anerley, KwaZulu-Natal
A holiday cottage that has it all! Don’t believe it, then come check it out… A quaint beach house, with all the modern amenities, great sea view, popular fishing and swimming beach.

Anerley is a small resort village situated about eight kilometers to the north of the town of Port Shepstone on the South Coast of Natal.

Anerley is only thirty kilometers from the Oribi Gorge, a 400 metre deep gorge which is the largest and most spectacular gorge in KwaZulu-Natal. This gorge is in an 1800 hectare nature reserve along the Umzimkulwana River and is between Port Shepstone and Harding. Anerley's claim to fame is Huberta, a hippopotamus that is said to have passed through the village in 1928 on her journey from Zululand to East London, a 1600 kilometer journey that took her three years.