Play

Whether you’re a foodie, adventure-seeker, market lover, parkrunner, movie fanatic or golfer, you’re spoilt for choice with all our entertainment options.

Shop

Home to the iconic Mall of Africa—loved by fashionistas, influencers and home makers alike—Waterfall also features over 500 of your favourite brands and stores. Retail therapy anyone?

Work

Waterfall loves business! Versatile working spaces and custom-built premises make this the destination of choice for commercial clients and a hotspot for logistics properties.

Stay

Nine beautiful residential developments, two mature lifestyle estates, four hotels, three private schools and our very own Netcare private hospital—this is world-class living.

Health

Besides being a walkable, bikeable city with a private hospital, no fewer than nine gyms and an athletics club, Waterfall offers you an outdoor adventure lifestyle, with horse riding, hiking, golfing and over 35km of safe running and cycling paths.

Travel

Waterfall’s ideal location, easy access to and from major highways and great public transport, make getting in, out and around quick and easy.

Learn

With three highly acclaimed private schools and a teachers’ college on the property, Waterfall takes the headache out of education choices and the hassle out of the school run.

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A place where you can belong

At Waterfall, you can connect every aspect of your life in a thriving community.

Locality

Exactly where you need to be

Ideally located between Johannesburg and Pretoria on a 2 200 hectare piece of land, Waterfall is in the perfect…

Ideally located between Johannesburg and Pretoria on a 2 200 hectare piece of land, Waterfall is in the perfect position to cater for the huge demand for offices, shops, restaurants, homes and logistics space caused by the massive growth in the area. Getting in, out and around is quick and easy. You can reach it from Pretoria via the N1 and R55, and from Sandton and Johannesburg via the M1, N1 and N3 highways, plus the R55. In terms of public transport, the Midrand Gautrain station is only 4km away with two dedicated Gautrain busses for Waterfall as well as single-trip taxis between Waterfall City and greater Tembisa, Midrand, Alexandra, Randburg and Johannesburg CBD. Waterfall is also home to South Africa’s only dedicated heliport and features a number of filling stations to ensure fuel convenience.

Safety

Your safety is our priority

Our integrated public security system includes access control at every residential estate, business park…

Our integrated public security system includes access control at every residential estate, business park, logistics precinct and major retail centres, as well as a surveillance and reaction service supported by a state-of-the-art central management office. Additional measures include 24-hour patrolled security and CCTV cameras throughout Waterfall and 113 surveillance cameras with number plate and facial recognition abilities. In Waterfall City, 400 cameras and street-lighting on back-up power in case of outages, ensure peace of mind for everyone.

Amenities

Work, stay, shop and play in one convenient neighbourhood

As an international award-winning development, Waterfall has everything you would expect from a vibrant…

As an international award-winning development, Waterfall has everything you would expect from a vibrant, modern city—from eleven secure residential developments and two mature lifestyle estates, multiple office parks and a logistics hub, to three private schools, a hospital, four hotels and a heliport. If you are looking for some fun and entertainment, you have access to multiple parks, fitness centres, a parkrun, Waterfall Market and over 65 restaurants, not to mention fantastic shopping centres, including the famous Mall of Africa.

Sustainability

A green environment that’s good for you and the planet

Waterfall has been built according to sustainable principles and practices, ensuring…

Waterfall has been built according to sustainable principles and practices, ensuring that every development, be it commercial, logistics or residential, is efficient, cost-effective and eco-friendly. Our landscaping focuses on indigenous, water-wise plants, while alternative energy powers our homes. Waterfall boasts no less than 21 green-rated commercial buildings and many retail buildings employ solar panels, the greatest examples being Makro and The Mall of Africa. In fact, the mall features the world’s largest integrated rooftop Solar PV/diesel hybrid solution, meaning we save up to 8 034 tons of CO2 every year. At Waterfall, we aim to keep our carbon footprint small, our air pollution low and our energy efficiency high.

Vitality

Enjoy an active lifestyle in a pedestrian-friendly and bikeable neighbourhood…

Waterfall City features safe pedestrian walkways and dedicated cycle lanes, with a parkrun and green…

Waterfall City features safe pedestrian walkways and dedicated cycle lanes, with a parkrun and green spaces like the 1,2 hectare Waterfall Park where the community can come together. Our residential estates include over 35km of hiking and biking trails, fishing dams and mountain bike tracks. In terms of healthcare, Waterfall is proud of its very own Netcare Hospital and 24-hour frail care centre.

Infrastructure

Waterfall connects infrastructure, efficiency and convenience with quality of life

With two of the country’s busiest highways intersecting on the property, more than…

With two of the country’s busiest highways intersecting on the property, more than R1 billion has been spent on upgrading the road network to improve access to Waterfall. We firstly upgraded 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. Next, we built the Bridal Veil bridge across the N1, which drastically improved traffic flow in this area. Additionally, the Woodmead interchange is currently being upgraded and construction of the K60 is in the pipeline. All infrastructure plans keep the future growth of our city in mind.

Technology

A world-class fibre optic and wireless communication network keeps you up to speed

Waterfall Access Networks (WAN) implements and manages the open-access fibre optic network…

Waterfall Access Networks (WAN) implements and manages the open-access fibre optic network for Waterfall. There is currently more than 330km of installed duct infrastructure on the development and the network is fully redundant. In addition, there are 33 cell masts on Waterfall, guaranteeing great reception. The GO Waterfall app, developed specifically for those living and working in Waterfall, has become part of daily life in our city, creating a more tight-knit community. On the work front, we custom-build premises to specific requirements, using cutting-edge architecture to integrate technology with efficient work spaces, resulting in some of the smartest buildings in the country.

Waterfall Cares

Giving back to our communities

Waterfall believes in good governance and corporate citizenship. We believe in investing in the greater good…

Waterfall believes in good governance and corporate citizenship. We believe in investing in the greater good for society, that’s why we participate in many initiatives that focus on sustainable social development. Among these, priorities are the support of programmes aimed at education, training and the provision of food and essential items to needy communities. Initiatives such as our Clean Up Green Up clothes donation and e-waste recycling campaign, Waterfall Freedom Day Fun Run, Waterfall Community Donation Drive and Recycling projects which convert our N1 banners to school bags, are some of the projects we are involved in.

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Spring Book Fair

Calling all book lovers to the bigger and better
Spring Book Fair in support of HospiceWits
at Polofields Crossing.

24 – 26 September, 9am to 5pm

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HalaalGoodsMarket
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24 – 26 September

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SPRING BOOK FAIR

Calling all book lovers to the bigger and better Spring Book Fair in support of HospiceWits.

24 – 26 September
Polofields Crossing

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HalaalGoodsMarket

South Africa’s first artisanal halaal food and design market.

24 – 26 September
R20 per person
Free for children under 12

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WATERFALL MARKET

The Waterfall Market is a uniquely designed, open-air neighbourhood market.

Open Sunday 10am – 5pm

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WATERFALL PARKRUN

What is Waterfall parkrun?
It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.

There are currently no parkruns due to COVID-19.

4 years

as the world’s Best
Mixed-use Development

65+

restaurants

7 retail centers

with 500 shops

7 years

as Best Mixed-use Development
in SA and Africa

37km

of biking and walking trails

9

gyms

4

hotels

3

private schools

1,2ha

Waterfall Park

1,3 million

Mall of Africa
visitors monthly

33

cell phone masts

21

green-rated
buildings

245

bird species

15 000

solar panels on
Mall of Africa’s roof

20km

mountain bike trail

130ha

of greenbelts