About the Estate

Ekubo Coastal Estate located south of Leisure Bay on the South Coast of Kwa Zulu Natal is distinguished by the unspoilt golden beaches which divide the warm Indian Ocean and the 137 hectares of lush coastal forest, grasslands, wetlands and rivers of the Estate. A place where schools of dolphins frolic in waves and whale sharks cruise lazily by.

Timid Blue and Grey Duiker and Bush Buck families amble through the indigenous gardens as the Crowned Eagle circles in the clear blue sky above.

With 70% of the Estate dedicated to conservation area of rehabilitated natural bush, wetland, coastal forest and grassland, Ekubo Coastal Estate has been purposely designed and developed as one of the finest coastal residential estates on the South Coast of Kwazulu Natal.

Ekubo Coastal Estate has been planned to ensure minimal disruption to the surrounding natural environment. The overall effect is development in harmony with nature and a lifestyle that allows for daily interaction with bushbuck and bird life.

This unique estate harbours three river crossings and is rich in plant life, bird and animal wildlife.

Ekubo Coastal Estate is one of the finest residential Estates on the KZN South Coast and affords a secure, high quality living environment that preserves and enhances the natural eco-system of the Estate.

Estate Facilities

Ekubo Estate Clubhouse

Nestling amongst ancient indigenous trees and coastal grassland of varying colours is the original Manor House refurbished and remodeled, whilst retaining all the charm and character of yesteryear.

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Walking Trails

Demarcated walking trails lead to the 3 river crossings on the estate as well as the fence line trail which circumvents the 6 km Estate perimeter. Residents will experience the true nature of fauna and abundant flora.

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Beach Access

The northern and southern beach gates along the front fence perimeter provide easy access to natural pathways leading onto the pristine, unspoilt beaches of the 1 km Indian Ocean shoreline bordering the Estate.

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