Facilities

The Islands Estate offers a wide range of facilities exclusively available to their residents.

Boating

The Islands Estate is a boat lover's paradise, described by many as a world class facility offering a whole new way of living.

The Estate features a system of canals - six kilometres of navigable water at various points in the estate, with islands and jetties to accommodate boats. The canals meander between exquisitely designed waterfront homes.

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The Clubhouse

The Islands Estate’s beautiful Clubhouse with its spectacular view of the canals and the Magaliesberg Mountain, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, is the ideal venue for literally any kind of function.

The Clubhouse was designed and built with our homeowners in mind and is perfectly suitable as a venue for weddings, celebrations, conferences, workshops and other functions.

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Mashie Golf Course

The nine-hole Mashie Golf Course is the ideal place to spend an hour or two to unwind from a busy schedule or just to enjoy some leisure time in the outdoors.

Although the game of golf can sometimes be challenging, the estate's course features magnificent views of the Magaliesberg Mountain Range causing every swing to be most enjoyable.

The Sports Oval

The sports oval will be the venue for numerous activities such as friendly cricket, rugby, softball and soccer matches while the terraced amphitheatre will ideally accommodate social events and theatrical productions to name a few.

Hiking

Pathways within a eight hectare park area have been created as walking trails and between stands ensuring that green belt expanses were retained.

Brick pathways along the road edges are curved and slightly winding, calling to mind the gently raised mounds and berms that characterize the landscaping.

The estate is serviced with paved or asphalt roads, paved sidewalks with lawned verges, which also apply to the verges of canals, allowing extensive walks or runs on the Estate.

Chess

The chess board game originating as early as the second Century AD, originated in India and spread to Russia, China, Japan and Iran and from there was introduced to the Mediterranean by Arab invaders. It reached Britain in the 12th Century via Spain and Italy.

An oversized chess board and pieces can be found on the Islands Estate for the enjoyment by young and old.