Points Of Interest Near Spinnaker 201, Durban Point Waterfront

uShaka Marine World

0.3km North of Spinnaker 201

uShaka Marine World is a theme park and is located in Durban, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. The theme park is made up of 4 sections which are : uShaka Sea World uShaka Sea World is built to look like an old wreck, and is the 5th largest aquarium in the...

The BAT centre - Durban

1.5km North West of Spinnaker 201

The BAT Centre was established in 1995 with intentions of being an arts and culture community center designed to showcase the art and culture of locals, and to promote their talent and skill. Located in the small crafts harbor alongside the Victoria...

Da Gama Clock

1.6km North West of Spinnaker 201

The Da Gama Clock, which stands on the corner of Aliwal Street and Victoria embankment in Durban, was donated by the Portuguese government to commemorate the discovery of Durban by the famous Portuguese explorer Vasco De Gamma on 25 December 1498....

Blue Flag Beaches in KwaZulu Natal

1.6km North West of Spinnaker 201

Blue Flag Beach Certification is awarded once a year to those beaches that are deemed to be safe, clean, environmentally sound, and have adequate facilities and services for tourists. As such, one can expect properly maintained ablution facilities, professionally...

John Ross

1.7km North West of Spinnaker 201

Charles Rawden Maclean, popularly known as John Ross, was born in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire in Scotland in 1815. He was the sixth child of naval Lieutenant Francis MacLean and Charlotte Walker. He later went on to serve as a ship's apprentice and...

Dick King Statue

1.7km North West of Spinnaker 201

Richard Phillip "Dick" King, was born in 1813 in Chatham, England, and his family emigrated to the Albany District of the Cape Colony in 1820 as part of a settler program. In 1828 when Dick was fifteen years old, the Kings again relocated, this time...

KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra

1.8km North West of Spinnaker 201

"Music and the arts, are a definite expression of the individual - it communicates with an unreserved honesty of paths travelled and of dreams and expectations for the journey still to come. In the gentle rising and falling melody of a single clarinet...

The Poetry Africa festival

1.9km North West of Spinnaker 201

Poetry Africa is an annual international poetry festival, which is held in Durban. The annual week long festival hosts more than twenty poets, mainly coming from South Africa and various other African countries. The international poetry festival is...

The Drum Cafe

1.9km North West of Spinnaker 201

Drumming is an age old, universal expression which knows no boundaries, and is accessible to everyone both young and old. The Drum Cafe, with branches is Durban, Johannesburg, Knysna and Cape Town, as well as various other countries, offers a variety...

Durban's Rickshaw pullers

2.0km North West of Spinnaker 201

Durban's Rickshaw pullers have been a popular feature of the city, and especially the beach front area, since the early 1890's. The colourful rickshaws and the interestingly dressed men with beaded costumesand horned head gear, where introduced by...