O.R. Tambo International Airport
Catering for more than 17 million passengers each year, this air transport hub boasts an impressive infrastructure and is internationally recognised as a top airport. 35km
Montecasino Gaming & Entertainment Complex
As Gauteng’s premier entertainment destination, this complex is located in Fourways and has been voted Best Casino, Best Entertainment Complex, Best Cinema Complex and Best Place to Take Out-of-towners. 30km Read More
Gold Reef City
This world-famous attraction is just 8km from Johannesburg central and offers a magnificent theme park, an exhilarating casino complex, theatre, restaurants and a unique experience for the whole family. 12km Read More
Johannesburg Country Club
This club offers a range of social and recreational activities that range from golf and cricket to tennis and croquet. Banqueting facilities are available, and a quality restaurant is situated on the premises. 5km
Situated close to Melville, this Netcare hospital is easily accessible and makes use of international resources and expertise together with medical specialists to form a highly effective team.
Johannesburg General Hospital
With highly qualified and experienced staff, this hospital has successfully achieved its world acclaimed title.
The Apartheid Museum
This museum takes you on an educational journey alongside famous faces such as Nelson Mandela, while the history of apartheid is illustrated in exhibitions.
This museum is a fascinating window into South Africa’s cultural history with displays of Bushman rock paintings, shanty towns, shebeens, trial documents of apartheid activists and other dramatic exhibitions that represent local culture.
Oriental Plaza, Cresta Randburg , Eastgate, Melrose Arch and Sandton City. 5-15km
This stadium is synonymous with rugby as it was host to the 1995 Rugby World Cup final and goes down in history as the first black-owned stadium in South Africa.
This area is the home to endless entertainment such as The Civic Theatre, Constitutional Hill and attractions such as the Nelson Mandela Bridge.
Close to the University of Witwatersrand and the Johannesburg University
The Johannesburg Zoo houses wild animals and aims to educate visitors about environmental conservation. 5km
This cultural hub of Johannesburg offers world-class theatre, dance, music, art, photography and crafts. Key attractions include the Market Theatre, MuseuMAfrica, Sci-Bono Discovery Centre and the Dance Factory.
Johannesburg FNB Stadium (Soccer City)
This stadium is set to host both the opening and the final matches of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Built in 1987, it has played host of some of the most memorable matched in South Africa’s soccer history.