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St Ives Country Estate (Sports Bar)

St Ives Country Estate, R103, Lions River, 3260

(033) 234 4490

Our Estate Boasts with a great country fine dining restaurant that over looks a very beautiful dam stock with a wide variety of fresh water species waiting to challenge both beginner & pro anglers.

St Johns Gowrie Presbyterian Church

(033) 330 2869

This Presbyterian church is a declared national monument. It was built in 1872 and was enclosed as a laager during the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879. It was also used as a place of refuge during the Langalibalele rebellion. The...

St Luke's Church

26 Cedar Road, Woodlands, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

This church dates back to 1869.

St Luke's Church , Howick

Cnr Harvard, Main street, Howick, 3290

St Luke's Anglican church in the centre of Howick, was the first Howick church dating back to 1864.

St Mary Magdalene Church

Byrne, Richmond District, , 3780

(033) 345 1348

The present building replaced the original yellow wood church, and the church yard with its weathered tombstones is a peaceful resting place for many settlers and their families.

St Mary's Church (Anglican)

Burger Street/commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 345 1348

This church is a replica of the one built for bishop J.W.Colenso's African congregation in 1856.

St Michaels United Church

D 510, Boston, 3211

(033) 997 0725


St Peter's Bells

Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg, , 3201

(033) 345 1348

These four bells, cast by Candg Mears of London, came to st peters in 1859. They now hang on a balcony facing Longmarket Street.

St Peter's Church

Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, , 3201

(033) 345 1348

The building was completed in 1857. This church's beautiful stained glass windows are believed to be of Flemish origin. Bishop John William Colenso is buried in front of the altar.


Magistrate's Office, 52 Margaret Street, Ixopo, 3276

(039) 834 2017

The old sundial can be found in the gardens of the magistrates office. It was erected by friends in the district in memory of Martinus Stuart.