The Quays On Timeball

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The Quays On Timeball

Name of hostsCamp Shawu
Tel:+27 (0) 31 581 8000

The Quays On Timeball
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The Quays is located on a canal-fronting site at Timeball Square and comprises a 10-storey, top-of-the-range apartment block.  The apartment block consists of 20, two and three bedroom apartments and 6 luxurious penthouses.

Sail into the harbour, walk to uShaka Marine World or stroll along the scenic palm-lined canals.  Destined to become one of Durban's most prestigious addresses, and a key tourist attraction, the Durban Point Waterfront is rapidly transforming into a multi billion Rand property showcase. With access to some of Durban's liveliest spots, magnificent views of Durban harbour and modern day amenities and secure parking one can enjoy a lifestyle second to none.




Self-Catering Accommodation In The Quays

The Quays on Timeball comprises a 10-storey, top-of-the-range apartment block. The ground floor of the apartment block consists of restaurant and retail outlets, and the remaining floors accommodate 20, two and three bedroom apartments and 6 luxurious penthouses. These luxurious self-catering apartments offer world-class accommodation in Durban.


Durban Activities
uShaka Marine World
uShaka Marine World in Durban, South Africa, is a world-class entertainment and tourism destination for Durban and all of South Africa. uShaka Marine World focuses on family entertainment in terms of fun, excitement, friendliness, imagery, activities, education and unique experiences, grouped into five distinct areas. Enjoy a shopping spree or dine at one of our unique restaurants along Village Walk - including the amazing Shark Restaurant, situated in the themed shipwreck with a window into a shark tank; enter the Sea World and Dolphin World and be amazed and entertained; have the time of your life slipping and sliding in the Wet ‘n Wild water slide amusement park; or simply relax on the beautiful Bell’s Beach adjacent to uShaka Marine World. Whatever your idea of fun is, uShaka Marine World has something for everyone!
Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World
Welcome to Great Fun and Good Fortune! The Suncoast Casino & Entertainment World is where you win big, more often. If winning is on your agenda, then the world-class casino, with both smoking and non-smoking facilities, 1250 slot machines and 50 game tables, will not disappoint you. Add to this a luxurious Salon Privé, Private Gaming Rooms and ample food and bar facilities, and time spent at the Suncoast will be pure pleasure. Should gambling not be part of your fancy, then get on down to Waterworld for the ride of your life or just shop, dine and relax in one of our many retail outlets. We also have a delightful range for your children’s amusement from the Crèche to the Magic Company, and if that is still not enough for your young ones, then they can have fun under the sun on the Suncoast beach with supervision from the lifeguards. The Suncoast Casino & Entertainment World is simply the best place to be.
Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom
Majestically situated overlooking the glorious Indian Ocean, Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom is destined to evoke superlatives. From the striking architecture and idyllic setting, to the awe-inspiring Afro-chic atmosphere and the fantasy world of our famous casino, there is nothing short of amazing in this latest offering from Sun International. The Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom has a unique entertainment offering that is as breathtakingly riveting as it is unforgettable, from great dining and live entertainment, to our spa and state-of-the-art casino, so you’re guaranteed to be entertained no matter who you are or where you’re from. Yet, in spite of the grand scale, you’re welcomed warmly and invited to be informal and at ease.
Durban's beaches are characterised by soft, golden sand, palm trees and the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The main beaches are shark netted and patrolled from sunrise to sunset by trained lifeguards who have an impressive track record in beach safety. The main beaches also have changerooms and shower facilities, as well as an array of fast-food outlets, restaurants and bars. Those who crave seclusion can find many remote beaches along the coast which are not patrolled. Durban’s beaches stretch in a long line from Addington Beach to Country Club Beach. The Bay of Plenty is especially popular among surfers. Even in winter, the sea temperature rarely drops below 17ºC. We have two beaches with full Blue Flag status - South Beach and Umhlanga Rocks beach, and six pilot Blue Flag beaches - Bronze Beach, Country Club, Bay of Plenty, Ansteys Beach, Addington Beach and Battery Beach. The Blue Flag is an exclusive international annual eco-award given only to those beaches that meet excellence in safety, amenities, cleanliness and environmental standards.
Krantzkloof Nature Reserve
The Kranzkloof Nature Reserve in Kloof, KwaZulu Natal boasts an abundance of wildlife and a variety of scenic hiking trails. It affords spectacular views across the well-forested Kloof Gorge cut by the Molweni River. Most of the reserve's 532 hectares are covered by dense forest and vegetation. Its best known attraction is the delightful and well-developed picnic area adjacent to the dam at the head of the Kloof Falls.
Golf Courses
The sub-tropical coastline of KwaZulu Natal must rate as one of South Africa’s prime golf destinations. The Durban Country Club is regarded as one of the top Golf Courses in South Africa and has hosted more South African Opens than any other Club. A large number of superb courses dot the South Coast, from Amanzimtoti Country Club down South. Zimbali, the popular Umhlali country Club and the new links-type Prince's Grant are three highly enjoyable and top quality options on the North Coast. Add to this, long hours of sunshine, natural beauty and KwaZulu Natal's game reserves and you have all the ingredients of a truly memorable South African golfing experience.
The Valley of 1000 Hills
The 1000 Hills Experience - The pristine beauty and soothing tranquility of the Valley of a Thousand Hills has always wooed artists and crafters. The new 1000 Hills Experience Route features Zulu Cultural villages and stunning mountain vistas as the backdrop to a wealth of creative talent. This fascinating tourist experience, which follows the Comrades Marathon Route, is all about rolling hills, valleys, gorges, forests, rivers and scenic dams.
Yacht Club
Durban has three marinas for yachting purposes - the main marina opposite the Esplanade, served by the Point Yacht Club and Royal Natal Yacht Club, the Wilson's Wharf marina, used predominantly by motor craft, and the Bluff Yacht Club facility in the Silt Canal near Bayhead. The Point Yacht Club and Royal Natal Yacht Club give visiting yachts one week free membership during their stay. Both Clubs have good facilities, are very friendly to overseas guests and the security at the dock is first class. There is fresh water, but no electricity on the dock.
Durban is well-known for its wide selection of wonderful restaurants. Whether you’re in the mood for Indian, Italian, Chinese, Thai, Greek, Portuguese or Seafood, Durban always has something for each visitor. From A La Carte restaurants, steakhouses and pub ‘n grills, to coffee shops, cafés and takeaway outlets, you’re sure to find a meal to satisfy any hunger. The Wilson’s Wharf Waterfront has something for everyone, from a fast-food court to restaurants providing funky food and fine dining, from cuisine from the four corners of the globe to an oyster bar, and from harbour cruise dining to a cosy coffee bar or festive pub atmosphere.
Hawaan Forest
This beautiful forest is a unique, indigenous woodland area that, after centuries, still remains unspoiled. Preserved in its natural environment, the Hawaan forest is home to a large number of animals and a wealth of birds. Containing many different tree species with tropical attributes, it is a must for the nature and bird lover. To continue preservation of this unspoilt area, the Hawaan trails are not open to the public. Walks may however be arranged with the Umhlanga Centre of the Wildlife Society.
Natal Sharks Board
There are more than one hundred species of shark in the waters around South Africa, from the pygmy shark to the whale shark and including the great white. As a consequence of seven shark attacks on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast in one week in 1957, the Natal Sharks Board was formed to research sharks and to develop measures to prevent a recurrence of the attacks. You can visit the Sharks Board, the only organisation of its kind in the world, for demonstrations, talks and shark dissections. There is an audio visual show and a curios shop on site, and you can also book to go out with the Sharks Board boats at dawn when they check the shark nets that keep Durban's beaches safe.


From the M4 North... Go straight into Stanger St which becomes Prince Alfred St. Turn left into Pine St. Turn right into Brickhill Rd which becomes Point Rd. Turn left into Camperdown Rd and right into Timeball Road. From the M4 South... Take the Victoria Embankment turn-off. Go down Victoria Embankment wich turns into Winder St. Turn right into Brickhill Rd which becomes Point Rd. Turn left into Camperdown Rd and right into Timeball Road. From the N2 North or the N2 South... Take the N3 East turn-off. The N3 becomes Commercial Rd which becomes Pine St. Turn right into Brickhill Rd which becomes Point Rd. Turn left into Camperdown Rd and right into Timeball Road.