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The smallest of South Africa's 9 provinces, Gauteng is the commercial and industrial powerhouse of the country. Show on Map

Destinations in Gauteng


Gold Reef City Theme Park

Where? Ormonde
Gold Reef City - Johannesburg's leading destination for family entertainment, offers something for everyone with its winning combination of fun, fantasy, and history. From traditional mine dancing to Jozi’s ...

Take a Train Trip with Friends of The Rail

Where? Pretoria
Friends of the Rail offers fun vintage steam train outings for the entire family. Friends of The Rail brings the old SA railway history and technology alive in a living museum that is located in a real working ...

Bensusan Museum of Photography

Where? Newtown
The Bensusan Museum of Photography is home to a collection of rare and valuable precision-made photographic equipment. For example, a very early Daguerre camera - bought by his English rival, WH Fox Talbot, in ...

Spend a few hours at Constitution Hill

Where? Johannesburg
Spend a few hours at Constitution Hill. This the site of Johannesburg’s notorious Old Fort Prison Complex, commonly known as Number Four, where thousands of ordinary people were brutally punished before the ...

Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary

Where? President Park
The Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary in Midrand is open to the public from Monday to Sunday - 10h00 to 16h00. The Park has a wide variety of Birds (including Birds of Prey), Herbivores (plant eaters), ...

Bryanston Organic & Natural Market

Where? Bryanston
This gem of a Market is located in Joburg’s northern suburbs and for over 30 years has focused on offering the best quality natural and organic products. A visit to the market will find clothing made from ...

Afronova Art Gallery

Where? Newtown
Afronova is a Pan African gallery for modern and contemporary art created by Henri Vergon. The elegant gallery space is located in the heart of Johannesburg, the Market Theatre Precinct in Newtown, and ...

Visit the Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary

Where? Muckleneuk
The Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary lies in Muckleneuk and is a regular Sunday afternoon picnic spot for families. The area around the Blue Crane restaurant, which lies virtually on the dam and adjacent reed ...

Maropeng Visitor Centre

Where? Cradle of Humankind
Visit the visitor centre for The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site in Gauteng, South Africa. Maropeng, the new visitor centre for the Cradle of Humankind, is the place local and tourists are clamouring ...

Market Place at Brightwater Commons

Where? Randburg
The Market Place is the only permanent market in the Northern suburbs and is apart of The Brightwater Commons family. The Market place has been in existence for 10 years and is now housed in a modern new ...

Michael Mount Organic Village Market

Where? Bryanston
The emphasis at the Michael Mount Organic Market is on items handcrafted using natural materials, as well as on organically grown, fresh produce and preservative-free foodstuffs. 120 stalls mean that you ...

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