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Parks

With our magnificent Tshwane weather we spend a lot of our leisure time in the open outdoors. We invite you to experience the best of the City of Tshwane’s magnificent parks.

Contact person: Ms Molly Grobler (012) 358-0495

Our parks

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National Botanical Gardens

These gardens are the sister gardens to the world-famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in Cape Town. They showcase many Southern African plants in all their seasonal guises. Guided walks can be arranged.

Tel: 012 843 5172

http://www.sanbi.org

Address: 2 Cussonia Avenue, Brummeria


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National Zoological Gardens

The Pretoria Zoo is an 80 ha oasis nestled in Pretoria's city centre. It is the finest zoo in South Africa and one of the best in the world, housing 97 mammal species, 161 bird species, 279 fish species, 106 reptile species and 7 amphibian species, totalling over 4 300 animals.

Tel: 012 358 3265

http://www.zoo.ac.za

Address: 232 Boom Street, Pretoria


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Burgers Park

This is the oldest park in Pretoria and now a national monument. It lies adjacent to Melrose House. George Heys, the first owner of Melrose House, in collaboration with a botanist, James Hunter, undertook the layout, which was completed in 1892.

Tel: 012 358 0495

 

Address: Cnr Andries and Jacob Maré Streets, Pretoria


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Jan Cilliers Park

This park, also known as Protea Park, contains indigenous plants and water features, and offers a spectacular view of the city.

Tel: 012 358 0495

 

Address: Cnr Wenning and Broderick Streets, Groenkloof


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Springbok Park

This park is a national monument and contains indigenous plants. It is very popular for wedding photos.

Previously known as Grosvenor Park, it became Springbok Park in the 1960s. The original name was in commemoration of Hugh Richard Arthur Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster, who was closely associated with South Africa. Incidentally, "Grosvenor" means "the great chief hunter". Springbok Park envelopes 30 621 m², and a popular restaurant is situated on its north-eastern corner.

Tel: 012 358 0495

Address: Cnr Schoeman and Grosvenor Streets, Hatfield


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Venning Park/Rose Park

This formal rose park with its water features and tea garden and restaurant was previously known as Eastwood Square. The name "Venning Park" honours John Harold Venning, former Municipal Director of Parks, who retired in 1940. The park also houses a rosarium with 30 rose species and more than 3 000 rose bushes on its 30 620 m² area. The rosarium was established by the Northern Transvaal Rose Society, and the roses were donated by various rose nurseries. One of the roses is the “City of Pretoria”.

Tel: ​012 358 0495

Address: Cnr Schoeman and Eastwood Streets, Arcadia


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Magnolia Dell

One of Pretoria's most beautiful parks, Magnolia Dell, is a popular venue for arts and crafts markets. It is ideal for picnics and also offers a tea garden and restaurant

Tel: 012 358 0495

Address: Cnr Queen Wilhelmina Drive and University Road, Bailey's Muckleneuk

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