Discover Johannesburg

Victory Park

Hidden between Delta Park and the Johannesburg Botanical Garden, you will find the quiet leafy suburb of Victory Park, regarded as one of the safest

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There can be few places in the world whose name is more synonymous with modern-day freedom struggles than South Africa’s black township of Soweto. It

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Lying directly between Johannesburg’s historic city centre and the newer Sandton business district, and with a Gautrain station right on its doorstep, the Rosebank precinct

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An area very popular with locals and visitors alike, the busy suburb of Parkhurst, just north of Rosebank, is one of Johannesburg’s top dining and

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Orange Grove

Adjacent to Norwood and Houghton, and divided neatly in half by the busy thoroughfare of Louis Botha Avenue, lies Orange Grove, one of the oldest

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Sitting between the M1 highway and Linksfield Ridge, Norwood is one of the city’s oldest suburbs with most homes dating back to the 1920s and

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Once upon a time, Newtown was a shabby industrial area, run down and dirty, a no-go area for locals and visitors alike. Today, as the

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Midway between Pretoria and Johannesburg, the steadily expanding area of Midrand (formerly known as Halfway House) is a relatively new addition to Gauteng’s landscape. The first office blocks

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Today the village of Melville is reinventing itself and is well worth a visit, especially if you’re into shopping, good restaurants and nightlife. It’s one

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Melrose is a stylish urban precinct in Johannesburg’s northern suburbs, conveniently situated between Rosebank and Sandton. Melrose is divided by the main thoroughfare Corlett Drive,

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