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Bryanston Tourism Information

Quick Facts: Bryanston

  • Affluent residential suburb
  • Named after a small Dorset village in England, Bryanston was established in 1969 as a suburb of Sandton
  • Bryanston became part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality
  • Large residential properties line the streets
  • Bryanston has also recently 'grown' a corporate strip, called The Campus, which lines both William Nicol and Main Roads
  • Bryanston Country Club
  • Bryanston Organic and Natural Market
  • Bryanston Shopping Centre

Distance to Airport: 28 km

Distance to City: 30 km

Introducing Bryanston

Trace the N1 freeway north of Johannesburg to the William Nicol off ramp, and you'll find yourself in the affluent residential suburb of Bryanston.  Named after a small Dorset village in England, Bryanston was established in 1969 as a suburb of Sandton. Following municipal boundary revisions, Bryanston became part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. Apart from the large residential properties that line its streets, Bryanston has also recently 'grown' a corporate strip, called The Campus, which lines both William Nicol and Main Roads.

Best Kept Secret

Jozi X

An extreme play park for all ages with activities like trapeze, climbing walls, a tight rope and a giant zorb ball run of 200 metres.

  • Address: Corner Maand Sloane Roads, Bryanston
  • Phone: 082-456-2358
  • Website: http://www.jozix.co.za

Getting there / directions to Bryanston

To reach Bryanston from the airport, follow the R24 to Johannesburg. At Gillooly's Interchange, take the N3 northbound to Pretoria. At the Sandton Buccleuch Interchange, follow the N1 south and take the M9 Rivonia Road exit.

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