Macassar Beach Pavilion, False Bay coast

Built in 1991, Macassar Beach Pavillion on the False Bay coast was a popular spot for families living in the Cape Flats. After its operators went broke, the water park was abandoned to the shifting sand dunes and the Cape’s famous South-Easter wind. Now the water park is abandoned, with sand taking over its buildings and slides. Remains of the colourful changing rooms and concession stands can still be seen today. As noted by Culture Trip, many Capetonians are not even aware of its existence.