In 1986 the workshop for the old Durban Train Station was given a facelift and became The Workshop Shopping Centre was born. The historic building was constructed in 1860 with with a huge vaulted roof supported by a towering iron girders giving The Workshop and distinctly Victorian character.
The Worksop has dozens of African curio shops offering high-quality wood carvings, paintings, jewellery and other forms of indigenous arts & craft. It's also a great place to shop for the latest South African clothing and fashion accessories. You will also find a wide selection of Indian fabrics, spices, and curries that Durban has become so famous for.
There's also a cinema, an internet cafe, lots of restaurants, tax-free jewellers, and various other services you would find in any modern shopping mall. The Workshop has plenty of secure parking as well as a free shuttle service around the Durban CBD
The Palace holds pride of place on Durban's Golden Mile, just half an hour from King Shaka International Airport. Here, luxury high-rise suites feature views over the Indian Ocean shoreline, and offer easy access to all of the action of Durban, one of Afr
This open plan beach apartment is newly renovated. Located on the second floor of a front row small complex, it offers the perfect beach spot for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. Although ideal for just 2 guests, it can accommodate up to