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31]. Visit the Durban Jewish Club
This attractive old red tiled club was opened in 1913 ‘to provide for the Jews of Durban a centre of assembly for the propagation and development of Jewish thought, Ideals and culture, and for social intercourse.' The club was placed at the disposal of His majesty's and allied forces as a canteen in 1940-45, and during this period over two million members of the services made use of the premises Cnr Old Fort Road and Playfair Road.
32]. Visit the Phezulu Safari Park (Bothas Hill)
A replica of a typical Zulu village with beehive shaped huts. Here a visitor can gain insight into the lifestyle of the Zulu's and see their living quarters and utensils. A typical Zulu dance is performed at the arena for visitors. A traditional lunch is also available. Many water-loving indigenous trees and shrubs are to be seen. Hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm daily. Show times: 10:00 - 11:30am, 1:30 - 3:30pm.
33]. Visit the Bergtheil Museum
This 19th century farmhouse, a national monument, contains an interesting collection of photographs, documents and artefacts relating to the 1848 German settlers.
34]. Snorkel at Vetch’s Pier
Go snorkelling at Vetch’s Pier (800m North of the harbour entrance).
35]. Take a look at the John Ross Statue
Erected in memory of John Ross who in 1827 walked from Durban to Delagoa Bay (a distance of 960 kilometres) to fetch medical supplies for the settlement of Durban.
36]. Visit the Umgeni River Bird Park
Spectacular waterfalls and lush vegetation form a magnificent backdrop at this fine bird park. Set on the bank of the Umgeni River, it displays more than 400 species of birds. Refreshments and light meals served in the tea garden. Catering is provided for children's parties. Free flight bird show 11am and 2 pm daily (except Mondays). Open 9am to 5pm. Telephone: 031 5794600
37]. Visit the Japanese Gardens
Located on Tinsley Drive in Durban North, an outing to the Japanese Gardens is a pleasant afternoon excursion. Phone 031 563 1333 for more information.
38]. Try fishing off the end of North Beach pier
You might even land the big one!
39]. Have lunch at Joe Kools
Have lunch at the world famous, newly renovated Joe Kools. Situated right on the beach, it’s a great place to spend an afternoon.
40]. Stroll the stalls at Essenwood Craft Market on a Saturday
The region’s foremost craft, art, treasures and collectables market takes place every Saturday morning under the trees a stone’s throw away from Musgrave Centre. Be sure to visit the Art Stand which is a one-stop arts, leisure, theatre, gallery and event info stand. In-between shopping, there is a comprehensive tea garden with an array of brunch and tea time delights, as well as children’s activities and a playground.

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