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Amatikulu Sugarmill

Amatikulu

(035) 3319000
teg@hullets.co.za

On the Matigulu river

Ambleside Military Cemetary

R 103, Colenso, 3360

The final resting place of men from the 5th Irish Brigade and S.A. Light horse who fell during the Battle of Colenso - 15 December 1899. Many of the men who died at the Battle of Colenso are buried here, particularly tho...

Ambush Rock

Scott Street, Greytown, 3250

In 1906 during the Bambatha Uprising, a column of police was sent to collect two women and children from the Marshall Hotel, and also the storekeeper's wife from Keates Drift. On their return during the evening of 4 Apri...

Anchor's Rest Guesthouse

14 Stanley Grace Crescent, Umhlanga Rocks, 4319

Sparkling pool, tropical gardens, warm ambience and excellent accommodation awaits you at Anchors Rest Guesthouse, located in the heart of Umhlanga Rocks. A safe and easy walk to the beach, shops, restaurants, coffee bar...

Andrew Walford Shongweni Pottery Gallery

B9 Zigzag Farm, Shongweni Valley, 3650

Internationally renowned Andrew Walford's hilltop studio and gallery is situated in indigenous bush overlooking the Shongweni Dam and Nature Reserve. His stoneware and porcelain is inspired by nature. By appointment only...

Andries Pretorius 's House

Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

This is the reconstructed thatched-roof, double storey house of Andries Pretorius, the "victor" of Blood River. It is part of the Voortrekker Museum, and was opened in December 1981.it contains fine furniture from last c...

Anglo-Zulu War Memorial

City (Tatham) Gardens, Church Street/commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 345 1348
info@pmbtourism.co.za

The Monument was erected in memory of those who gave their lives in the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879.

Apostolic Faith Mission Church

17 Grey Street, Durban, 4001

(033) 394 6543
amafa.pmb@pixie.co.za

The Apostolic Faith Mission Church in Gray Street is a national monument.

Armoured Train Capture Site

(036) 352 6253
prta@futurenet.co.za

On 15 November 1899, near this site Winston Churchill was captured by Boer forces who derailed the armoured observation train in which he was travelling during the South African War.

Armoury (Old Magazine)

Scott Street, Newcastle, 2940

It is believed that the Natal Mounted Rifles built this arsenal (powder magazine) in the 1870's. The architectural design and gables are unusual. The armoury is now used as a Moth Shellhole.

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