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Eight reasons to invest in Zimbali Lakes


Zimbali Lakes, situated in one of SA’s fastest growing property nodes on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast, is one of the most upmarket residential developments available. Find out why you should invest in this remarkable piece of real estate

Zimbali Lakes is the latest luxury development at Zimbali and is in the final stages of preparation before residents can move in. Here are just eight features to entice future investors.  

Zimbali Lakes


One of the major attractions of this estate is that pets are welcome and homeowners are free to walk their dogs on the many walking trails provided. Zimbali Lakes will also have a one-of-a-kind dedicated pet sanctuary that can assist with pet nutrition and health. 


Zimbali Lakes is ideally positioned on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast and offers fast access to the M4 and N2 highways. King Shaka International Airport and Dube Tradeport are only a 15-minute drive away. The estate is five minutes from Ballito, private healthcare facilities and a wide selection of private and public schools. Several Big Five game reserves are within a two-hour drive of the development.  


Now more than ever South Africans and global citizens are looking for shared spaces where they can  live and work.  Zimbali Lakes is such a place. Not only can you work from home thanks to high-speed fibre internet access, but the estate offers a number of further work solutions. The Boulevard, an urban hub within the estate, will offer dynamic office spaces while The Water Club will have meeting pods where entrepreneurs and consultants can connect.  


Residents of Zimbali Lakes don’t even have to go on vacation to relax and unwind. The estate will have its own beach club where residents can sip cocktails while enjoying a beach sunset. The beach club will have a resort-style pool, outdoor loungers, umbrellas, gazebos and a sun deck. Residents can store their fishing gear at the beach club while they enjoy a walk on the beach with their families. 

Zimbali Lakes infographic


Another major attraction of this estate is the beautiful 20ha lake that  runs along the southern boundary. The lake is easily accessed on foot or by golf cart using any of a number of trails and pathways. The lake is ideal for sports lovers who enjoy kayaking or stand-up paddling. 


Zimbali Lakes offers state-of-the-art security systems to ensure total safety and peace of mind. The estate is equipped with cutting edge CCTV and security beams and is manned by 24-hour security teams. The estate will also have full biometric access control for residents. 


Situated within Zimbali Lakes will be the Zimbali sports club, the perfect spot for those who care about health and fitness. The sports club will feature a wide range of sporting activities from a gymnasium to a training pool, squash and tennis courts. There are also a number of walking and cycling trails, ideal for fitness enthusiasts. 


An original 18-hole Gary Player-designed golf course is now being sculpted by one of SA’s leading golf course companies, Golf Data. It will be ready for play by the end of 2023. Signature holes along the lakefront and the undulating profile of the course will add to the enjoyment of all golfers. Zimbali Lakes is destined to become one of the most desirable spots in SA for property investors and residents alike. If you feel you deserve some luxury in your life, then Zimbali lakes is the place for you. 


Visit the Zimbali Lakes sales centre just off the M4.

To book an onsite tour call 087 095 2742

or visit 

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