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Customer Care Centre

Telephone Booking: 24 hours – 2711 611 8000 or 2783 915 9000 (Calls charged at R2.85 per minute)

29 Lepus Rd
Crown Mines
Johannesburg
2090

GPS Co-ordinates: -26° 21’75.51″S | 28° 0034’34.15″E

Gauteng

Booking Offices

GPS Co-ordinates: 26°11’49.61″S | 28°2’31.34″E

Park City Transit Centre
Corner of Loveday & Leyds Streets
Braamfontein
(Access available from Rissik Street)

Reservations Office Hours:
05h30 – 22h30 (Monday to Sunday)

Operations Office Hours:
04h30 – 23h00 (Monday to Sunday)

GPS Co0ordinates: 26° 12’6.43″S | 28° 2’59.06″E

Corner Kerk & Polly Streets
Johannesburg

Office Hours:
07h00 – 16h00

Southbound (N1 towards Johannesburg):

GPS Co-ordinates: 25° 58’49.12″S | 28° 7’34.82″E

Caltex Star Shop
N1 Highway
Midrand

Monday to Friday
07h00 – 16h30

Saturday
Closed

Sunday
09h00 – 15h00

Northbound (N1 towards Pretoria):

GPS Co-ordinates: 25° 58’49.12″S | 28° 7’34.82″E

Caltex Star Shop
N1 Highway
Midrand

Monday to Friday
07h00 – 16h00

Saturday
09h00 – 15h00

Sunday
Closed

GPS Co-ordinates: 25° 45’26.14″S | 28° 11’17.12″E

New Bus and Coach Terminal
Situated on the north western corner of Pretoria Station
Sheilding Street
Pretoria Station

Tel: +27 12 323 1154
Fax: +27 12 323 1294

Operating Hours
Monday to Sunday 06h00 to 22h00

Other Booking Offices

Major attractions in the area

Gauteng Travel Guide / Stetching all the way from Pretoria in the north to Vereeniging in the south, Gauteng (Sotho for place of gold, although the ‘gaut’ is also thought to originate from the Dutch ‘goud’ for gold) was created by the ANC in 1994 after the country’s first all-race elections, uniting six regions, including part of the old Transvaal province, into what might be the smallest South African province, but serves as the gateway into Africa.

Whilst Gauteng’s history lies embedded in the discovery of gold, today Gauteng not only has one of the best infrastructures, but its population of over 9 million people form part of the vibrant mix of energy and diversity that make it one of the wealthiest provinces in Africa, and the enterainment epicentre of South Afrcia.

The energy of the Highveld, with its intense summers broken only by intermittent electric storms, is echoed in the sheer buzz of the place. In Johannesburg people walk and talk fast, they drive at high speed too, and the ever increasing skyline – as glass and chrome structures rise like mushrooms seemingly overnight – reflects the rapid development that has taken place in the city in the last 10 years.

There is more to Gauteng than the art of business and money-making. The Johannesburg Metro and the City of Pretoria – the two major cities in Gauteng – are diametrically opposed, and Pretoria provides a more laid-back, gentrified alternative – its jacaranda lined, wide streets and lovely old buildings a more sedate choice for many who readily make the daily commute to Johannesburg.

The Vaal River, which sepatates Gauteng from the Free State, provides a number of avenues of escape; the Magaliesberg Mountains, virtually on Johannesburg’s doorstep, another effortless flight into days of heady blue quiet spaces; and Limpopo – just to the north of Gauteng, with its allure of game reserves, waterfalls, forests and streams – one more escape of note.

*African Window
*Air Force Museum
*Burgers park
*Church Square
*Church Street Cemetery Heroes Acre
*City Hall
*Correctional Service Museum
*Diamond Hill Battle Field
*Fort Klapperkop
*Fort West
*Freedom Park
*Geo Science Museum
*Jan Cilliers Park
*Kruger House Museum
*Magnolia Dell
*Mariammen Temple
*National Botanical Gardens
*National Zoological Gardens
*National Film Video And Sound Archives
*Pioneer Museum
*Saff Memorial
*SA Mint
*Sammy Marks Square
*Sammy Marks Museum
*Science And Technology Museum