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King Shaka Grave and Memorial

Address: 94 King Shaka Street, KwaDukuza 4449, KwaZulu-Natal, iLembe DC Map Directions
King Shaka's grave, memorial and museum at Stanger, Kwadukuza

New Guelderland Settlement

Address: 10 Nonoti Road, Nkwazi 4480, KwaZulu-Natal, iLembe DC Map Directions
Phone: 0324861207
The New Guelderland settlement between the Zinkwazi and Nonoti rivers

Kearsney Manor

Address: 10 R74, Stanger, Stanger 4450, Stanger, KZN Map Directions
Situated on an original sugar estate near Stanger Kearsney Manor is an old English mansion built in the late 1800’s by Sir James Leige Hulett. This recently renovated magnificent colonial estate is recognised as a Heritage Site.

Bethany Farm

Address: 10 Harold Johnson Nature Reserve Road, Darnall, Darnall , Darnall, KZN Map Directions
Phone: 0032-4861047
Members of the Nielson, Hagemann, Theunissen and Jonsson families came out from Norway in the 1860's. The original settlers were Daniel & Caroline Nielson (buried here), came from Norway in 1860 with the Baptist Church, settled at Bethany Farm


Address: 1 Salt Rock Rd, Umhlali, Umhlali 4450, KZN Map Directions
Phone: 0324375021
Inland from the coastal resorts of Salt Rock and Sheffield Beach is the farming village of Umhlali.Umhlali Preparatory School opened its doors on 11 February 1918. ""


Address: Phoenix , KwaZulu-natal Map Directions
Phone: 027832731238
Phoenix is a former Indian township, northwest of Durban, in South Africa. It was established as a township by the apartheid government in 1976, but it has a long history of Indian occupation. It is associated with the Phoenix Settlement


Address: Verulam Map Directions
Phone: 0832513128
Verulam is a town 28 kilometres north of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and is now part of the eThekwini Metropolitan Area. In 1850 a party of 400 Methodists settled here and formed the town. The town was then named after the Earl of Verulam


Address: Kwamashu Map Directions
Phone: 0834566789

Fort Pearson and Ultimatum Tree

Address: Tugela Mouth Map Directions
Phone: 0832731238
Fort Pearson is situated above where the British No 1 (Coastal) Column crossed the Thukela River to invade Zululand on the 11th January 1879.


Address: Umhlanga Map Directions
Phone: 031 561 4257
In 1895, Sir Marshall Campbell founded Umhlanga. The town's first hotel was established in 1920, followed by a shop, a lighthouse, the Natal Anti Shark Measures Board (today called the KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board) and further hotel developments

Ballito, history

Address: Ballito
Phone: 032 437 5021
In 1846, Mr. Edmond Morewood was granted a large farm near Umhlali, which he called Compensation

Albert Luthuli Museum

Address: 3233 Nokukhanya Luthuli St, Groutville Map Directions
Phone: 0325596822
The Albert Luthuli Museum opened in 2004; it includes the original house that Luthuli stayed in 1927. The Museum represents the life of Albert Luthuli.

Stone Age Ballito

Address: Ballito Map Directions
Phone: 032 9461256
South Africa is well known for its hominin fossil record‚ but the results of the study on the 2000-year-old remains of the boy found at Ballito Bay in KwaZulu-Natal during the 1960s have helped to rewrite human history‚ according to UJ.

North-of-Durban Historical Timeline

Address: Stanger Map Directions
Phone: 032 946 1256

Seaforth Farm

Address: 5 Seaforth Avenue, Umhlali Map Directions
An historical old farm just 30 minutes from Durban and on the main route to the wonders of Zululand.

Lucky Linton Gold Mine and Family Park

Address: Shakaskraal Map Directions
Phone: 0329471459 Mobile: 0832551277
Established by a Scottish Geologist in the 1880's, the Linton Mine includes a shaft deep into the ground and a museum of artifacts with a colorful history to tell.

Sibudu Cave

Address: Tongaat Map Directions
Phone: 021 788 5620
Sibudu Cave is a rock shelter, located roughly 20 km north of King Shaka Airport, near the town of Tongaat.

Cape Dutch Architecture at Tongaat

Address: Tongaat
Phone: 032 946 1256
World reknown architect, Mitford-Barberton left an indelible mark on the history of Tongaat. He designed many Cape Dutch buildings in Tongaat (inluding Maidstone)