Tinley Manor is one of the few places along the Kwadukuza Coast that has yet to feel the push of development and still regarded, by property gurus, as an area with ‘growth potential’. Tinley Manor’s southern boundary is graced with a long lagoon that opens into the Indian Ocean and provides safe paddle-skiing, wind-surfing and ant abundance of bird life. The beach has its own tidal pool and life guards on the beach during peak periods make for safe bathing.
S cuba divers and snorkel specialists can enjoy a wonderful sea underworld at Tinley Manor, Sheffield beach and Salt Rock with all offering beautiful offshore reef formations, and the many nooks and crannies provide a haven for crayfish. However you will need a licence to fish for these exotic creatures.
Heading for Tinley Manor you will leave behind the bustle of development for peace and tranquility. Tinley Manor beach still has indigenous coastal forest, mongoose and even some buck, and Vervet monkeys that dart about. Take advantage to really get away from it all while Tinley Manor still manages to elude development,.