• Blue Waters Family Pub & Grill is located in Hibberdene, 7km from the Beach House, where a relaxed vibe and gorgeous views combine to create the most welcoming of atmospheres.
    Blue Waters Family Pub & Grill is located in Hibberdene, 7km from the Beach House, where a relaxed vibe and gorgeous views combine to create the most welcoming of atmospheres.

Our Pub and Grill

This is where friends and family gather to have a good meal and enjoy time together. There is plenty for the little ones to do and see here, making it a great option for families that are looking for an all-round venue. There is an outdoor Jungle Gym for the more active youngsters, as well as an indoor Kiddies Room with a television, toys, drawing area, tattoo and rubber ball machines as well as a dinosaur rocking ride….. We have a CCTV camera monitor indoors on which parents can keep an eye on their young ones playing outside at the Jungle Gym.

But, adults also have some entertainment. The on-site mashie course is a 9-hole golf course that is simultaneously fun and challenging; the perfect way to work up a thirst. Clubs and balls are available for those who have not brought their own. In addition, there are a number of televisions throughout Blue Waters, on which sports are broadcast. The pool table is another feature that is sure to keep patrons busy for hours.

Blue Waters Family Pub & Grill also caters for functions and celebrations, from birthday parties to year-end functions. On most Friday nights, a live band or entertainer performs at Blue Waters, and everyone has the chance to enjoy a dance.

This fully licenced venue also boasts an A-la carte menu that is very popular with locals and visitors alike and caters to just about everyone. The well trained and friendly staff ensures that our guests receive the best service.

There is also a large outdoor verandah with roll up blinds as well as a built-in braai (barbecue) that is available to guests.

The views of the Indian Ocean are not only beautiful but sometimes very rewarding. Keep an eye open for the whales that frequent the coast in the second half of each year as they make their way along the shores of South Africa.