Burgers Park is the oldest park in Pretoria and the site that it has been developed on was used as a camping area by Voortrekkers before the city was established. Nestled in the centre of town, get lost between the big trees, and forget for a moment about ...
Entrances in Jacob Mare Street (opposite Melrose House), van der Walt Street and Andries Street., Central
Also known as Protea Park or the Fairy Park, this park is hidden away in the Groenkloof suburb. Step into a tree-filled sanctuary for a relaxing picnic. Public toilets on site.
c/o Wenning and Broderick Streets, Groenkloof
One of the most beautiful and popular parks in Pretoria. Spread a picnic blanket under the beautiful willows trees next to a stream or pop into the tea garden and restaurant for refreshments and light meals.
125 Queen Wilhelmina Drive, Groenkloof
This 3 hectare indigenous wooded park is situated in Hatfield between Pretorius Street and Schoeman Street, with entrances in Pretorius, Schoeman and Grosvenor streets It was declared a National Monument in the 1970s. The Dros Restaurant was recently open ...
Between Pretorius & Schoeman streets, Hatfield
This beautiful formal park is adorned with roses and a sunken garden. The café in the park is a popular venue for weddings. And you can step across the street for a pancake at Harries!
Cnr Schoeman & Eastwood Streets, Arcadia