About Kia Ora Estate
Kia Ora is a Maori word literally meaning "be well" and is used as a greeting or toast. We look forward to welcoming you with a hearty "Kia Ora" in a place so special, you will not want to leave.
Your hosts, Willie and Annatjie developed Kia Ora Estate, 10 acres of pine forest and fynbos, into an exclusive retreat for those who prefer a tranquil and peaceful holiday stay.
The setting is only five minutes from wonderful beaches that provides amazing views of the ocean across the waves towards Mossel Bay.
It is also a romantic hide-away, popular with newly-weds, while brides-to-be love to prepare for their big day at Kia Ora. They enjoy the comforting home-from-home feeling, and the excellent photographic opportunities.
The boutique accommodation; four units only consist of two luxury en-suite rooms and two well-equipped studios, all on ground floor level .The rooms and studios sleep two persons each.
Kia Ora Estate Rooms
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Great Brak River
(2.1 km from Great Brak River)
Southern Cross Beach has lifesavers on duty during the peak season summer holidays and is an awesome swimming beach. Southern Right Whales migrate to these warm, shallow waters from July to November. Dolphins and seals can often be spotted in the...
(2.5 km from Great Brak River)
Tucked into the south end of the Great Brak River estuary is The Island, connected to the mainland by a single lane bridge. This beautiful sandy beach on the lagoon offers safe swimming and is perfect for kids with its calm waters. It's also a...
(7.1 km from Great Brak River)
Located between Mossel Bay and George, Outeniqua Beach is a 6 km long beach, comprising 4 swimming areas. Facilities include ablutions and plentiful parking at the various entry points to the sand.
(4.9 km from Great Brak River)
Pienaar Strand is a pristine beach in the Great Brak River area. One of the main attractions of this beach is the likelihood of seeing whales, dolphins and seals in the surf. Southern Right Whales migrate to these warmer waters during the winter...