Shopping in Gauteng
There’s something for everyone and for every pocket. Purchase stunning handmade crafts and souvenirs from roadside vendors, browse in an atmospheric African curio market, wander through one of the many colourful flea markets, go for designer labels in up-market, world-class shopping malls, or browse in an Africana bookstore or one of the many art galleries.  Johannesburg is the best place in the country to buy quality African art, from genuine tribal masks to colonial watercolours and oils.

Country Village Shopping
For a more laid-back shopping experience, the many fine country village markets always offer that unique, one-of-a-kind item produced by local artists and craftsmen and women. And don't despair - your giant wooden giraffe will be couriered to you doorstep, anywhere in the country or abroad.

Off the Beaten Track
Conference Concepts also specialises in out-of-the-ordinary shopping destinations.  These include coffee farms, silk farms, rose and other exotic plant nurseries, goat milk producers, herb farms, vineyards, sub-tropical farms, nutteries, as well as art galleries and studios.

  


 

 

Featured Shopping Venues

Oriental Plaza
(Johannesburg)
The Oriental Plaza has a wide range of items for sale - fabric and curtaining, haberdashery, spices, bedding and linen, jewelry, shoes, sports and leather goods, men's, children's and women's fashion, crockery and cutlery, gifts and toys, hardware, electronic repairs and sound systems, banks, book stores, tailors and cell phones. There are 12 restaurants.

Casterbridge Farm
(Country Shopping in White River)

Nestled just outside the historic town of White River, is Casterbridge Farm. Originally a rambling mango plantation, a visit to this delightful shopping and entertainment centre will enchant you in ways only ever imagined.

Experience true hospitality by starting with a hearty breakfast or leisurely lunch. Take in an art-circuit movie, or a performance at the Barnyard Theatre that will stay with you long after the applause has died down. End with a fine South African wine over a candle-lit dinner in one of the centre’s outstanding restaurants.

Discover more than you expected in their range of stores, from art supplies, art, furniture, second hand books, internet-café, clothing, jewelry, restaurants and interior décor, or  visit the fascinating History and Vintage Car Museum.

 
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