Dunkirk is set among the gently slopping coastal grasslands and indigenous forests at Salt Rock on the magnificent KwaZulu-Natal North Coast. At the heart of Dunkirk Estate lie 42 acres of dense indigenous coastal forest - a last, precious piece of wilderness that with our help will be preserved for generations to come. This pristine site is a rare gem, and represents one of the last opportunities for environmentally responsible luxury residential development in the area. If you treasure the simple elegance of classical coastal living, you will find your home at Dunkirk.

The award winning, Dunkirk Clubhouse has featured in several architectural magazines and epitomises the Dunkirk lifestyle. A 25m, heated outdoor pool leads to a sauna and steam room. Inside the Clubhouse, there is a beautifully appointed and fully equipped gym as well as a Spa staffed with qualified therapists. The flood lit tennis court situated below the Clubhouse offers opportunities for both daytime and evening recreation.

Residents are enjoying casual dining, on their doorstep, at Ray's Kitchen. Also open to the public, the restaurant enjoys an elevated position, overlooking the indigenous forest as the sea breeze wafts through the stylish, open plan design.

The Dunkirk Beach Club situated at 1 Hotel Road overlooks the Salt Rock main beach. This exceptional facility is available for the exclusive use of Dunkirk residents.

In order for residents to enjoy the spectacular coastal forest, a boardwalk has been erected to form a tranquil path. In the peace of this lush, green environment, homeowners will be joined by many of the resident bird and mammal species. Of the 20 species of mammal, blue and grey duiker are most prominent as they browse at the forest fringes. Bushbabies emerge at night to feed, keeping a watchful eye for owls, which are plentiful. In addition to the many nocturnal birds, the forest is also home to the spectacular Narina Trogon as well as Palmnut vultures and Olive woodpeckers. Gymogenes and Woolly necked storks nest in the taller trees. More than 97 bird species call our Estate their home. Our dams provide a sanctuary for a variety of water species.