Gold Reef City, Johannesburg
Gold Reef City is a huge and very popular entertainment complex made up of a theme park and casino facilities.
At Gold Reef City you will find experiences that you would not find anywhere else - it's a combination of fun, fantasy, historical fact all in a safe environment with great parking facilities.
The casino at Gold Reef City' is open 24 hours a day and offers an energetic atmosphere, highly trained staff and an abundance of gaming choices. The arena caters for everybody's gaming tastes with slots, tables, sports betting, Salon Privé for the high rollers and more. Gold Reef Cities appeal is broad. International travellers savour the offering of traditional African music, dance and history found throughout the complex. The carefully-documented history of Apartheid, chillingly yet beautifully depicted in the Museum, is a must-see on a South African visit.
Even those in suits can appreciate the City Without Limits. Countless companies have chosen Gold Reef City to host conferences or other serious events. And, depending on the programme, the workers simply walk to the fun when the work is done. Good value, good fun and variety are only part of the story behind Gold Reef City's success. Friendly faces, helpful guides and notices, and ample opportunity for rest and refreshment, keep the visitors coming back. Aggressive and targeted marketing has built on these strengths. Gold Reef City has become a strong, well-known and visible brand that promises "more winners in more ways".
It is well worth a visit to Gold Reef City, to see how this entertainment package is put together and presented. At the same time dare to test-drive one of the over thirty thrilling fun-rides on offer.
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