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The increase in popularity of Scottburgh as a seaside holiday destination is slowly transforming this once tiny village into a major resort town. Scottburgh lies along the southern coast of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Province, South Africa, 55 kms from Durban. This section of the coast is sometimes referred to as the Golf Coast for its proliferation of golf courses. Scottburgh has 3 within a 20km radius.
Scottburgh was discovered by a few bold individuals who recognised the area’s suitability for sugar production. They named the place Scottburgh after Sir John Scott, Natal’s Lieutenant Governor. A makeshift harbour transported the sugarcane via boat to Durban and so began what is today one of KZNs chief industries.
Scottburgh is an ideal getaway for the family to enjoy a comfortable and convenient beach holiday without straying too far from the big city lights.
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Scottburgh’s main swimming beach, Scott Bay is sheltered with terraced lawns, protected by shark... Show more