Bathurst Places of Interest

Bathurst is situated on the Sunshine Coast, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Attractions IN Bathurst

Waters Meeting Nature Reserve

This pretty but small nature reserve lies just 4 km west of Bathurst, north west of Port Alfred, on the Kowie River. The well sign-posted dirt road leaves the R67 into Grahamstown, down to Waters Meeting ...

Wesleyan Chapel

The Wesleyan Chapel is an historical buildings in Bathurst. Built in 1832 this tiny, two-room building was besieged during the wars. It is hard to believe that there was enough room for everyone in it, as it ...

Attractions AROUND Bathurst

Amakhala Game Reserve

Steeped in history and beauty, this 6000-hectare game reserve creates an ideal environment for an unforgettable safari and an intimate experience of the varied landscape, including breathtaking views of the ...

Royal Port Alfred Golf Club

Situated at Port Alfred, which is on the coast more or less halfway between Port Elizabeth and East London, the club was granted its 'Royal' prefix when the Prince of Wales visited in 1927, and today his ...

Sibuya Game Reserve

Sibuya Game Reserve covers more than 2000 hectares and incorporates the unique East Cape Valley Bushveld, Grasslands and Coastal Forests. Antelope abound, including the rare Bontebok and Oribi. Malaria Free ...

... and little further afield

Blaauwkrantz Nature Reserve

The Blaauwkrantz Nature Reserve was proclaimed for the sole purpose of conserving the habitat of the largest known anabantid fish (or Eastern Cape rocky - Sandelia bainsii), found in a few isolated areas in ...

Cape St Francis Nature Reserve

Between Cape St Francis and St Francis Bay lies the Cape St Francis Nature Reserve, one of four nature reserves on the tip of this cape - the others are Seal Point Nature Reserve, Seal Bay Nature Reserve and ...

Donkin Street Houses

Just over the road from the Donkin Reserve is Donkin Road. It's a hill that runs down towards the harbour and at its crest lie a series of Victorian terraced houses that have become famous. The houses, built ...

East London Beaches

Think warm Indian Ocean waters and sub-tropical weather that allow visitors to enjoy the climate all year round - East London basks gloriously between the Nahoon River in the north and the Buffalo River to the ...

Maitland Nature Reserve

Port Elizabeth’s Maitland Nature Reserve is a rich source of natural beauty and variety. It boasts indigenous coastal forest, stunning views of the Indian Ocean and impressive giant sand dunes. The reserve ...

Seekoei Nature Reserve

The Seekoei Nature Reserve is situated between Aston Bay and Paradise Beach, just outside of Jeffrey’s Bay in the Eastern Cape. The reserve has a total area of 60 hectares and lies on the estuary formed by the ...

Settlers Park Nature Reserve

The Baakens River Valley runs through the heart of Port Elizabeth, and is frequented by picnicking families, bridal couples having beautiful photographs taken and hikers taking in the beauty of the lush ...

St Croix Island Marine Reserve

The St Croix Island Marine Reserve lies in Algoa Bay, a series of three islands (the islands of the cross) just north-east of Port Elizabeth. St Croix and its two sister islets – Jahleel Island and Brenton ...

St Francis Links

The layout of the St Francis Links Course combines every element of shot making with its undulating terrain, greens and surrounds as well as its variation in length and direction. The bunkers look as though ...

The Dias Cross

There is a Dias Cross on the headland known as Kwaaihoek, close to the Boknes lagoon on the Sunshine Coast. It is one of three crosses erected by the Portuguese explorer on his sea journey to Africa. In 1487 ...

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