|• Total||2.04 km2 (0.79 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,700/km2 (4,400/sq mi)|
|Racial makeup (2011)|
|• Black African||10.5%|
|First languages (2011)|
|Postal code (street)||4140|
Warner Beach is a small resort town south of the Little Manzimtoti River in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and it forms part of eThekwini. It was laid out by surveyor P.A. Warner as a residential area in 1910 for government pensioners.
It is a coastal village, with a residential area as well as tourist, schooling and shopping facilities. Whales and dolphins can at times be seen in the Indian Ocean adjacent to the area. The annual "Sardine Run" is a migration of huge schools of fish, attracting tourists and fishermen. Temperatures are mild and pleasant throughout the year, due to the temperature — stabilizing effect of the warm ocean current that flows in the coastal waters. A pleasant sea breeze can often be experienced with a cool temperature and a pleasant sea aroma. The vegetation is normally green throughout the year. Adjacent coastal areas are Winklespruit to the south and Doonside to the north.
There are excellent surfing conditions at Warner Beach, which is why this small town has created some of the best surfers on a global scale. Close by lies the Aliwal Shoal which is definitely one of the best dive sites in the area. Kit surfing, paddle skiing, canoeing, beach walks, scuba diving, jogging and fishing are popular activities.
A name that is often used for Warner Beach is Baggies, but there is contention as to the validity of the name. http://southcoastsun.co.za/89876/the-story-behind-baggies-beach/
Scuba diving at a diving spot nearby.
- "Sub Place Warner Beach". Census 2011.
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