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KZN North Coast, Umhlali: Lucky Linton Family Park


Lucky Linton Gold Mine and Animal Farm offers everything a family day out should have: A zoo of animals to pet and feed, bass fishing, picnic grounds with braai facilities, kids playground, pony rides, foefie slides, history museum and hidden gems in a Scratch Patch!

Lucky Linton Gold Mine in the Ballito area, north of Durban is the site of a genuine gold mine. Established by a Scottish Geologist in the 1880′s, the Linton Mine includes a shaft deep into the ground and a museum of artifacts with a colorful history to tell.

Anne and Sandy Bell have developed the property with a multitude of child friendly activities to entertain young kids, older children and adults alike. Set on the banks of a well stocked dam of bass fish, Lucky Linton is a gold mine for good old fashioned family values.

Available for hire as a venue for Kids Parties with a Self Catering Farm Cottage and Caravan Park on site for longer stays, Lucky Linton Gold Mine and Animal Farm offers the type of family holiday a child will remember for a lifetime.


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