A7: Vetch's Pier
Notes and Information
Vetch’s Pier (known as “Vetchies” to the locals) is what is left of a man-made pier, jutting out into the sea off Durban Beach. The granite boulders have over time become a reef, home to beds of hard and soft corals, hundreds of fish, and other marine life, including shells.
Low tide exposes the top of the reef, and it is about 7m to the bottom at its deepest, making it a great place to snorkel or undertake shallow dives.
The photos below are indicative of the location. However, there may be differences due to natural changes over time.