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Scottburgh is home to an 18 hole golf course set in sub-tropical climate and runs along the coastal shore. It is comparatively small with a 5323 metre total length, and boasts five Par 3's, two Par 5's and eleven Par 4's. The Par 4 on the third hole is the most talked about on the course with its narrow fairway, out of bounds on the right and a coastal forest on the left to contend with. Like many coastal courses, Scottburgh Golf Course can be quite tricky in the wind offering a good challenge to any avid golfer.


Scottburgh South Beach and Green Point offer fantastic rock angling with many a Shad (Elf), Muscle Cracker, Black Tail, and Grunter being caught. Deep sea fishing for game fish like Marlin, Baracouta, Garrick and Yellowtail.

Scuba Diving:

Aliwal Shoal, rated as one of the top ten dive sites in the world, offers you a huge diversity of tropical sea life. The shoal is probably most notarized for the opportunity to dive with the Ragged Toothed Shark, commonly seen at the dive sites "Cathedral" (Depth: 27m) and "Raggies Cave" (Depth 17m) often up to 40 sharks in a single outing.
"Inside Edge" (Depth: 22m) offers a variety of tropical sea life including octopus, cuttlefish, firefish, eels and the odd shark or ray, whilst "Outside Edge" (Depth: 27m) offers viewing of more game fish and the odd Hammerhead or Tiger Shark.
Other dive sites include "Manta Point" (Depth: 15 - 22m) for spectacular seasonal viewing of Manta Rays and "Eelskins" (Depth: 18m) showcasing fabulous fossilized rock formations.
For the advanced diver, "MV Proince" (Depth: 32m) and "Nebo" (Depth: 27m) are two spectacular ship wreck dives with hoards of history to boot.

CrocWorld Crocodile Farm:

A complete wildlife experience with a wide variety of birds, mammals and reptiles on display with the main attraction being the many, many Nile Crocodiles ranging from hatchlings to 100 year old ledgends. Guided tours are conducted twice daily with the main attraction being the feeding times of the crocodiles.
This magnificent park is also home to "Henry", the heaviest and oldest crocodile known in captivity whose home lies beneath the a suspension bridge and is shared only with his 10 "wives"; and "Isis" the beautiful Fish Eagle who lives in the largest walk-through raptor cage on the continent.

Nature Reserves:

TC Robertson Nature Reserve is situated on the outskirts of Scottburgh Central. Home to a variety of birdlife and small wildlife, the reserve offers a system of easy to walk trails, about 10km in length, covering all the habitats in TC Robertson. There are also several picnic and braai areas within the reserve, as well as ablution facilities, so take along the whole family and enjoy a day in nature.

The Beach:

Scottburgh Main Beach is a Blue Flag Beach offering a host of activities including Surf lessons and surfboard rentals, kayak rentals and more. The supertubes are fun for "kids" of all ages and Put-Put offers a way to while the afternoons away. The newly renovated swimming pool area is there for the enjoyment of all with a splash pool for the little ones and a large pool for adults.
The beach also has a small shopping centre offering a variety of refreshments, beach toys and curios / souveniers.


Being centrally located in Scottburgh, you have access to supermarkets, clothing stores, curio shops and much more, all within walking distance from New Haven.



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