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With established homes along wide streets and lined with large trees, it’s no wonder that Waverley has its fair share of guest accommodation in this garden suburb of Johannesburg.
Waverley is located such that you are within a short distance of industry, shopping and medical facilities, and Johannesburg’s many attractions and bustling nightlife. Sports centres and country clubs are on Waverley’s doorstep with the national highway bordering the western end of the suburb for easy access to either Johannesburg or Pretoria.
The suburb has two girls schools, one the oldest in Johannesburg, a few parks and various places of worship.
Top 6 reasons to visit Waverley
1. The Melrose Bird Sanctuary adjoins Waverley and the unusual Hindu temple in the sanctuary grounds is worth a visit. The original temple was built in 1899 by immigrant Tamil Hindus working as washermen in the old Melrose steam laundry. During festivals held at the temple, thousands of worshippers... Show more