First spring festival for Scottburgh

2015-10-01 06:00

THE popular tourist town of Scottburgh will be springing into life this October with the first Scottburgh Spring Festival taking place from Friday, 9 October­ to Sunday, 11 October during the school holidays.

Set to be the South Coast’s signature annual event, the festival is supported by the Ugu South Coast Tourism, with the aim of promoting tourism throughout the South Coast extending to the Wild Coast.

Packed with tons of water sports, arts and craft, lifestyle expos, conservation talks and beach sports, the festival promises to be the ultimate festival on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast.

Over the three days and spread over three beaches - Scottburgh, Pennington and Rock Bay - visitors can expect to be entertained with beach soccer tournaments, art and graffiti, horse riding, fishing, surfing, golf tournaments, beauty pageants, fashion shows and loads of food stalls, among the many offerings. The festival is open to all. For more information, visit

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