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Margate Monster

Lot 18 Pinorama Parade, Margate beach Front

(039) 312 2322

The discovery of a great, mysterious sea creature that was washed up on the Margate beach in 1922 caused international interest and helped to establish the tourist industry here.

Margate Municipal Art Museum

Lot 1000, Don Pienaar Square, Vikings Rd, Margate

(039) 312 8392

Working hours: Tuesdays – Friday 8h30 : 16h30, sat 8h00 :14h00, sun and Monday closed.

Margate Police Station

Lot 459, Klifton Road, Margate

(039) 312 9805

Deals with all police related matters, reporting of crime investigation, investigation of crime, community services, preventative patrol activity and conduct accident investigation.

Margate Swimming Pool

Margate Beach

(039) 312 9210

The exact name and location of this/these facilities has not yet been determined.

Marina Beach

Lot 666, Crescent Way, Uvongo, 4270

(039) 315 9210/03

It is one of the best along the coast. It is 180 metres wide and is uninterrupted for a distance of 5 kilometres, perfect for beach walking and picnicking. It has been called the Honolulu of the South Coast due to its re...

Mbango Beach (Port Shepstone Beachfront)

Lot 666, Crescent Way, Uvongo, 4270

(039) 315 9210/03

Tidal pools and fresh water swimming pools are provided at this beach.


Lots 15 Pengaan farm, Port Shepstone

700 ha of pristine coastal forest

Melville Beach

Lot 666, Crescent Way, Uvongo, 4270

(039) 315 9210/03

Beautiful, unspoilt beach that offers miles of walking, shell gathering, snorkeling and time out from the rat race on one of the most beautiful stretches of KwaZulu Natal - the Hibiscus Coast.

Mpambanyoni River

Scottburgh, 4180

The name means 'confuser of birds' because the huge reed beds and meandering course makes it hard for the birds to find their nests. This is but one example of the marvellous Zulu names in the area, such as Umkomaas, Sez...