In Gauteng, all roads lead to Waterfall, quite literally. A big part of this revolutionary mixed-use development’s appeal is its ideal location midway between Johannesburg and Pretoria on a 2,200-hectare tract of land triangulated between Woodmead, Kyalami and Midrand. It is accessible from Pretoria via the N1, R21 and R55, and from Sandton and Johannesburg via the M1, N1, N3 highways and the R55. With the country’s two busiest highways intersecting on the property, R1 billion has been spent on upgrading the road network and other infrastructure around Waterfall in order to facilitate easy access. An important part of this was the upgrade of the Allandale Road exit connecting to the N1 freeway to create a free-flowing intersection – the first of its kind in Africa to be constructed on this scale.


Getting Around

To ensure fuel convenience for Waterfall residents, 11 petrol stations have been planned for the development. While one station is already operational, three more are currently under construction and will be completed by end 2018.

Waterfall furthermore offers a wide range of public transport opportunities, including a taxi holding facility and various bus routes. While the Gautrain bus route currently conveniently runs past every estate entrance as well as the Mall, a Gautrain station dedicated solely to Waterfall is on the cards for the development, as is a Heliport.

Key Attractions and Distances to Waterfall:

Gautrain, Midrand Station 3.8km
Sandton 11.8km
Johannesburg CBD 24.6km
Lanseria Airport 31km
OR Tambo International Airport 21.5km
Soccer City Stadium 35.4km
Ellis Park Stadium 20km