Spanning over 1000 hectares, The Sibaya Coastal Precinct boasts a diverse blend of nature and architecture. This landscape will boast 600 hectares of undeveloped “green spaces”, alongside a range of residential and other vibrant mixed-use developments. The beautiful indigenous scenery will be preserved, while development will shape around the hilltops, the valleys and ultimately connect different areas through paths, trails and green-lined boulevards.
Access to protected forests
Residents will have access to 350 hectares of protected, coastal forest. Select members from the Sibaya Coastal Precinct Management Association take groups on guided walk-through tours of the secure forest showcase the myriad of birdlife and indigenous nature.
KwaZulu-Natal is known for its range of Blue Flag beaches and the sub-tropical, year-round warm weather. The Sibaya Coastal Precinct has easy access routes that lead to the 6.5km of beach and is approximately 5-minutes away from Umhlanga’s popular swimming beach.
Nature trails and pathways
Nature trails have become a big part of the KwaZulu-Natal outdoor community. The Sibaya Coastal Precinct boasts 75km of paths, trails and boardwalks that weave throughout the area. These areas will ensure nature lovers can safely explore these routes whether individuals choose to amble along these paths, run or mountain bike.
The Sibaya Coastal Precinct has been responsibly and effectively planned to accentuate its natural assets. Through established entities, these areas will remain maintained, protected and available for individuals to explore. Register your interest with Invest Sibaya to be among the first to learn about the new developments launching within this precinct and discover exclusive insight into the KZN property market.