The Ekubo Coastal Estate in KwaZulu-Natal is made all the more special through its unique and predominant Eco-based theme. Housing and internal infrastructure will cover just 30% of the estate property leaving you to enjoy the vast conservation or indigenously planted areas as nature intended.

Wildlife will be re-introduced and the bush, wetlands and grasslands will revert to their former natural state within the controls of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP). The estate is currently home to mainly Bushbuck, Duiker, wild pig, monkeys, which will wander freely in the estate. There will be a number of natural drinking places for the game and the forest areas will provide a haven for most species. 

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Ekubo Coastal Estate

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Site Plan

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Living in the Estate

Facilities

The lodge site will be developed by independent developers according to the specification laid down by the Ekubo developers. It will consist of about 70 units with a design theme fusing the manor house architecture to the estate “Bali” theme as well as the central area which will incorporate the manor house and which will provide the following facilities amongst others: Tennis courts, swimming pool, gym and restaurant. The Ekubo developers aim to have the lodge development completed to coincide with the occupation of twenty percent of the homes in the estate (50 homes).

Transport

Residents will be encouraged to utilise silent methods of transport within the estate such as golf carts to minimise noise levels and parking congestion at parking areas. Beach access will be controlled by secured entrances to the north and south sides.

Living continued

Game

The estate is currently home to mainly Bushbuck, Duiker of various species, wild pig, monkeys of various types, otters and a number of smaller species commonly encountered on this coastline. The EMP will control the repopulation of the appropriate species in the correct numbers and will be strictly controlled after this. There will be a number of natural drinking places for the game, which will wander freely in the estate. The natural forest areas will provide a haven for most species.

Walking trails

The wetland areas will be traversable by boardwalks and there will be designated walking paths for use by residents within the estate. Access will be provided to most areas of the estate via these paths but residents will be obliged to follow the estate rules relating to the protection of sensitive conservation areas.

Development location

For example Acorn Creek Estate or Mbabala Nature Reserve