Things To Do

Zimbali Beach

The Zimbali Beach is located within the Zimbali Coastal Estate. It has 3km of unspoilt beach and offers beach goers the contrasting beauty of the green forest estate with the deep blue warm Indian Ocean.

The beach can be accessed on foot from the beach club.

NB: Swimming is not allowed on the Beach

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Tiffany’s Shopping Centre

Tiffany’s Shopping Centre provides a relaxed atmosphere and convenient shopping venue for residents and holidaymakers and is situated in Salt Rock. With ample parking both upstairs and in the basement Tiffany’s also boasts restaurants and coffee shops to cater to every taste. Outdoors, fresh air and something to suit everyone’s needs, from groceries to eating out to healthcare to decor to house hunting and good old fashioned pampering, you will find it at Tiffany’s Shopping Centre.

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Ballito Junction Shopping Centre

Ballito Junction Shopping Centre, situated in Ballito on KwaZulu Natal’s North Coast, is a convenient shopping destination for Zimbali residents and holidaymakers since November 2005.

The anchor tenants of Ballito Junction are Pick n Pay, Dischem, ABSA and First National Bank so you don’t have to shop elsewhere.

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Ballito Lifestyle Centre

Ballito Lifestyle Centre is the ideal shopping destination that caters to every shopper’s needs and desires, and makes for an awesome, al fresco shopping experience. There’s a fine selection of restaurants and boutiques, home stores and services, all perfectly situated in a healthy, outdoor, open air shopping environment.

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Salmon Bay

South of Ballito is Salmon Bay. This beach is a designated launch area for watercraft. It is popular amongst surfers and is home to the Ballito Inflatable Boat clubhouse. With the unspoiled beaches, it is a great place to enjoy the breathtaking sunsets.

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North Beach

North Beach is Durban’s main beach, and it is where everything is happening. North Beach refers both to a specific beach as well an area which stretches from north of the bottom of West Street to the Suncoast Casino, and a couple of roads inland.

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