Office Stock deliver to the following cities in the KwaZulu-Natal. Our cost of delivery is between 10 to 20% on order total. Our lead time on our products are between 5 to 21 working days and it all depends if the products have to be manufactured first. All our products we have in stock have normal a lead time of around 5 working days for the KwaZulu-Natal.
Cities of the KwaZulu-Natal Office Stock Service
The province, however, offers you a large number of interesting small towns and villages, rich with a cultural mix of African and European and a history of many struggles and wars.
Cities and towns of KwaZulu Natal:
Amanzimtoti, north of Durban, is popular among tourist for its beach, surfing, luxury hotels and tourist attractions.
Central Drakensberg in KwaZulu-Natal offers visitors hiking, panoramic views, secluded accommodation and bushman rock art.
Colenso lies on the main Durban - Johannesburg railway line some 190 km north-west of Durban and played a historic role during the Anglo-Boer Wars. Part of the Battlefield Route.
Dundee - Gateway to the Battlefields
Originally a coal mining town, Dundee is today the centre of a large farming district and an excellent base to explore the famous battle sites from.
Empangeni is situated in attractive hilly country side, overlooking a flat coastal plain with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean from the higher lying suburbs.
Eshowe offers a unique window on history as the oldest town in Zululand, with various secret places to visit and enjoy. Part of the Battlefields route.
Estcourt is a small industrial town on the Bushman River in Kwazulu Natal and of historic interest because of Voortrekker-Zulu War Sites in the area. Part of the Battlefields route.
Hibberdene is the gateway to the Hibiscus Coast of KwaZulu Natal ia a cozy little seaside town situated 97 kms south of Durban.
Hluhluwe is surrounded by world renowned Game Reserves, Nature Reserves and Eco Destinations, like St Lucia, Imfolozi and Mkuze, and much more
Nestling on the banks of the Umgeni River, in the heart of the Natal Midlands, Howick reflects a diverse character.
Kosi Bay is the main town in the Maputaland region in northern KwaZulu Natal. It is approximately 300 km from Richards Bay and 80 km from Sodwana. Kosi Bay is a misnomer as the town is 25km away from the ocean.
Ladysmith is a thriving, friendly town on the banks of the Klip River, acting as the commercial centre for a large farming district. Part of the Battlefields route.
Louwsburg a small village named after a farmer, Louw, who donated his farm To Gevonden for establishing of the town in 1925, is bordering the Ithala Game Park.
Margate is the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal's major holiday town, accommodating more holiday makers than residents!
Ramsgate is a holiday village near Margate.
Mtubatuba is perfectly located to act as a base from which to explore the rich culture of the Zulu Nation and surrounding nature reserves.
Mtunzini offers a tranquil dune forests fringe sun-drenched beaches - a fisherman's paradise and nature lover's retreat.
Mtwalume is a small seaside village on the south coast of KwaZulu Natal; mainly a holiday town and fishing village on the banks of the Mtwalume River.
A bustling, cosmopolitan town, Newcastle forms an important part of the Battlefields Route and is a sister town to 25 other Newcastle's around the globe.
Bergville is a scenic town at the foot of the Drakensberg Mountains with an untouched countryside. An ideal base to explore the mountains from.
Rugged Glen - Drakensberg
Rugged Glen is a rugged part of the Drakensberg Mountain Range, with spectacular beauty, nature trails and trout-fishing.
Royal Natal National Park Drakensberg
Royal Natal National Park - in the The Northern Drakensberg - boasts some of the most splendid mountain scenery in Africa. The main feature is the world famous Amphitheatre.
Pietermaritzburg is one of Africa's most historic capitals - a thriving, friendly city in the heart of the Settler hinterland of KwaZulu Natal, the 'heritage city' of South Africa.
Situated on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast this region with its sub-tropical climate enjoys a season almost year round. Port Edward is the ultimate holiday destination.
Port Shepstone offers surfing, swimming, fishing, deep sea fishing, river rafting, skiing, bird watching, game viewing .... too much to mention.
Richards Bay boasts the country's largest harbour and some of its most magnificent wetland scenery, with a well developed tourism infrastructure.
The Southern Drakensberg
The scenic Southern Drakensberg Area is a must for any eco tourist. It is a land of great contrasts, with gently rolling hills and valleys giving way to the jagged basalt peaks of the Drakensberg mountains.
St Lucia in KwaZulu
St Lucia is a base for exploring the ocean, wetlands, swamps, mangroves and lagoons making up the town's environment.
Tongaat & Umdloti
Set on the banks of the Utongati River (from which is name was derived), it is an English village with cosmopolitan flavour, supporting one of the largest sugar producing districts in the world.
Valley of the Kings - a historical treasure - heritage of mystical heritage - birthplace of the amaZulu and capital of the kingdom, with magnificent scenery and mountains
Umhlanga is one of the most popular beach destinations on the east coast of South Africa. Situated on one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, the bathing is safe and the Indian Ocean waters warm.
Uvongo is a holiday village near Margate on the KwaZulu Natal`s south coast.
The verdant countryside and endless horizons surrounding the town offers a relaxing getaway in the heart of Zululand.