Situated in a ‘Green Lung’ environment and Conservation area, surrounded by hectares of natural
wetlands, Lake Victoria, Froggy Pond and the Mdolti River forming part of the DMOSS (Durban
Metropolitan Open Space System) the setting adds a total uniqueness to this pristine area.
Already established as a tourist attraction and destination with the arrival and nightly
roosting of approximately 3 million Barn Swallows at Mount Moreland during the South African
spring and summer months, managed by the Mount Moreland Conservancy. This spectacle attracts
thousands of visitors and enjoys a worldwide audience to this National Treasure and awesome
Mount Moreland has an interesting history dating back to the 1850's when first established as a
The majority of the 157 residential erven in the Mount Moreland village are held in private
ownership which are either developed with houses or are vacant. Tongaat-Hulett Development and
ACSA hold a considerable number of erven within the Mount Moreland village.
The current rezoning of Mount Moreland now presents an investment opportunity with new future
development prospects in the form of a commercial mixed use zone. Strategically planned to
maintain a green setting with huge emphasis on the surrounding wetlands and open space to
create an environmentally eco-friendly scheme.
Close to Umdloti Beach.
A new and exciting future lies ahead for Mount Moreland. A new chapter is about to
Mount Moreland Inkonjane - Place of the Barn Swallows
Directors - Angie Wilken, Hennie Wilken, Ray Van der Poll, Colin Augustine,
Alister Stark, Ian Stewart, Bruce Jones, Robin Johnson,
Keith Doyle , Hayley