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Bazley Beach South Coast Kwazulu Natal, Southcoast KwaZulu Natal South Africa

BAZLEY BEACH

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Bazley is named after William Bazley, an engineer who succeeded in opening the Mzimkulu river mouth for shipping in the 1880s. He first arrived in the area in 1852 and pitched his tent on the banks of the Illovo River. After a relatively good start, his farming activities foundered and he applied for and was granted 612 acres of land for sugar farming. He worked hard and prospered and within two years, he had established a sugar mill. When not relaxing, take a walk along the Ndesingane beach at low tide and view the rich sea life in the rock pools. Continue your search for nature’s wonders by hiking the Mpiti bush trail, taking your binoculars with you because this coastal bush area also plays host to abundant bird life. Bazley Beach is a definite must-stay for caravan enthusiasts.

 

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