Tourist Attractions in Scottburgh, South Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Scottburgh Supertube

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Rock pool

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Scotburgh from Rail Bridge

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Scottburgh is well known for its beaches, which are well protected by shark nets, and lifeguards all year round. The area is also popular with fisherman, who either fish from the surf or off the rocks. The beach sees much activity during the shad season, and even more during the annual sardine run.

Kids Entertainment includes a supertube, tidal pool on the beach, paddling pool, and a miniature railway.

There are plenty of sporting facilities, including tennis, bowling at the local Scottburgh Country Club, and the 18-hole golf course.

The Green Point Lighthouse which overlooks the town was built in 1905 to warn mariners of the famous Aliwal Shoal a few kilometers out to sea.

The Aliwal Shoal with its rich abundance in marine and plant life, and other magnificent underwater locations like Lander's Reef make for excellent diving spots. Other than the fish and sea life, there are also a number of shipwrecks waiting to be explored, providing visitors with a truly unforgettable experience.

Snorkelling is also popular in the numerous rock pools at Scottburgh, while surfers from all over the province make their way to Scottburgh to ride the excellent waves.

The river and coastal bush habitat of the 60ha TC Robertson Nature Reserve provide much delight for nature lovers with a wide variety of water fowl and various small mammasl. Facilities in the reserve include a braai and picnic spot, and visitors can enjoy self-guided trails.

Tourists seeking a cultural experience can see the vibrant and highly energetic traditional Zulu dancing. Or watch Nile crocodiles being fed at Croc World, about 4km outside of town. Tours to one of South Africa's largest sugar mills, the Sezela Sugar Mill, can also be arranged.
 

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Scottburgh Attractions
Crocworld: less than 5 km
Scottsburgh Golf Club: less than 5 km
Rocky Bay: 5 km
Nearby Towns
Clansthal
Freeland Park
Park Rynie

Scottburgh 2009

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Le May's Guest House in Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal
Le May's guest house accommodation offers you old world hospitality and personal service where breakfast is served in style, catering for all tastes and appetites. Dinner is prepared on request.
Pearly Shells in Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal
There are one, two and three bedroom units each with a bath and separate shower. The two and three bedroom units each have an extra bathroom.Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area with open balcony. DSTV Bouquet.
Mtunzi Cottage in Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal
Mtunzi Cottage is situated right on the beach with a lovely sea view. There is a garden in front with private braai facilities over-looking the sea with only the Marine Reserve bush between the chalet and the sea.
Sea Horse 17 in Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal
This 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom open plan apartment, that can comfortably house 6 people, is protected by a security wall and automatic gates with ample secure parking available.
Mtunzi Park 38 in Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal
No. 38 Mtunzi Park located in the centre of the Mtunzi Park complex, which is situated just south of Scottburgh town centre between the railway line and the beach.

Scottburgh is well known for its beaches, which are well protected by shark nets, and lifeguards all year round. The area is also popular with fisherman, who either fish from the surf or off the rocks. The beach sees much activity during the shad season, and even more during the annual sardine run.

Kids Entertainment includes a supertube, tidal pool on the beach, paddling pool, and a miniature railway.

There are plenty of sporting facilities, including tennis, bowling at the local Scottburgh Country Club, and the 18-hole golf course.

The Green Point Lighthouse which overlooks the town was built in 1905 to warn mariners of the famous Aliwal Shoal a few kilometers out to sea.

The Aliwal Shoal with its rich abundance in marine and plant life, and other magnificent underwater locations like Lander's Reef make for excellent diving spots. Other than the fish and sea life, there are also a number of shipwrecks waiting to be explored, providing visitors with a truly unforgettable experience.

Snorkelling is also popular in the numerous rock pools at Scottburgh, while surfers from all over the province make their way to Scottburgh to ride the excellent waves.

The river and coastal bush habitat of the 60ha TC Robertson Nature Reserve provide much delight for nature lovers with a wide variety of water fowl and various small mammasl. Facilities in the reserve include a braai and picnic spot, and visitors can enjoy self-guided trails.

Tourists seeking a cultural experience can see the vibrant and highly energetic traditional Zulu dancing. Or watch Nile crocodiles being fed at Croc World, about 4km outside of town. Tours to one of South Africa's largest sugar mills, the Sezela Sugar Mill, can also be arranged.