There are a range of residential developments within Sibaya, and as much as each one has its own character, they speak to the same human truth. We all want to live in a way that is more connected, whether it's to our families, to nature, or to our community. That's the spirit with which we conceived this place, and it touches everything we do.



As part of creating the Sibaya Coastal Precinct, we've made place for integrated commercial development in our planning. We want this to be a place where people live, work and play, and we know that office and retail space is an important part of creating something like this.



Planning Sibaya, we knew that a sensitive approach to the natural world was key. That's why the majority of the land here is being left undeveloped. We're preserving the coastal forest and rehabilitating much of what was once sugarcane and making it accessible via a network of trails and paths for walking, running and cycling. This network also opens up access to a breath-taking stretch of the coastline closed off to most people before, and highly sought after by surfers and beachgoers.



Sibaya offers investors and developers a unique opportunity: a chance to be a part of a holistically planned precinct in one of the most sought-after places in the country. This is more than a residential development. It's a place to live, work and play seamlessly connected to the natural world. And we're looking for partners to help us bring it to life. This part of the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast is one of the most desirable property markets in the country.


Precinct Overview