Rosebank & The Parks

Rosebank Mall

Situated directly between Joburg’s historic city centre and the newer Sandton business district and with a Gautrain station right on its doorstep, Rosebank is one of the most popular places to be in Johannesburg for business and leisure. At the centre of this suburb is a popular shopping precinct presided over by the welcoming Rosebank Mall
with its Rosebank Sunday Market and daily Rosebank Art & Craft Market. Outside the door you'll find busy pedestrianised streets and walkways lined with dining, entertainment and retail options. Sparkling new office buildings and luxurious high-rise apartment blocks are steadily filling the skyline.

Come here for fun weekend markets, African crafts, great high-street shopping, cinemas, local fashion labels, buzzing restaurants and cafes, a wide choice of hotels and guesthouses and an excellent range of art galleries, all within an easily walkable area. There's something for everyone in Rosebank.

Once the humdrum headquarters of a major petrol company on the fringe of Rosebank, Keyes Art Mile, launched late 2016, is now one of the hottest spots in Joburg. The Trumpet building (19 Keyes Avenue) on Rosebank’s western edge, is the first of a number of new buildings planned as part of Keyes Art Mile. While Rosebank has long had an art gallery row along Jan Smuts Avenue leading into Parkwood, it has taken the imaginings of Keyes Art Mile to go beyond the gallery and bring art into the life and streets of the suburb. This art neighbourhood adds another dimension to Joburg’s growing status as an art city


Rosebank Art and Craft Market

 Rosebank Mall, Cradock Ave (next to Europa Cafe), Rosebank

Rosebank Mall

 Entrances on Baker St, Bath Ave and Craddock Ave, Rosebank


 6 Dunkeld West Centre, cnr Jan Smuts Ave and Bompas Rd, Dunkeld West
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