DORINGBAAI – SEAFOOD, SUNSETS AND SOLITUDE
Doringbaai is a picturesque fishing hamlet that was once an anchorage from where provisions were transported to in-country towns by camel train. In 1925 the North Bay Canning Company built a crayfish packing factory in the town. The factory closed in the 1970s and has since been converted into a business hub that includes a restaurant, a winery with wine tasting facilities and a function venue. Other prominent buildings include the Doringbaai lighthouse that was built in 1963, and the Roman Catholic Church.
Doringbaai lies 8km south of Strandfontein.