Southbroom is a quiet sub-tropical village 25 km south-west of Port Shepstone. The village was officially founded in 1933.
Southbroom has two swimming beaches as well as quiet, unspoiled stretches of sandy and rocky coast. True lovers of the sea can dive one of the many reefs in the area or you can experience the challenge of deep sea fishing, or take one of the regular charters that allow you to view the schools of playful dolphins and humpbacked whales that make their home in our waters.
Each year towards the end of June a fishy phenomenon known as the sardine run occurs along Kwa Zulu Natal’s South Coast. Huge shoals of sardines set off from the cool Cape waters. The sardines are followed by thousands of birds, hundreds of dolphin and game fish. Making this one of the greatest shows on earth!
Southbroom has 6 excellent golf courses including the renowned San Lameer and Southbroom Courses.
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