Krugersdorp at a glance
Located in the WestRand between Roodepoort & Randfontein is the town of Krugersdorp. The town derives its name from former Transvaal President Paul Kruger & was founded in 1887. Krugersdorp currently forms part of the Mogale City Local Municipality, with its surrounding suburbs.
The town is a thriving business centre & is also world famous for the World Heritage Site at The Cradle Of Human Kind & its Sterkfontein caves. The Cradle Of Human Kind serves as a tourist attraction, which coupled with the many surrounding game farms & getaway locations has made Krugersdorp a popular destination for people from all walks of life.
The town offers home owners & visitors a diversity of activities & ease of access to major attractions & nearby areas of interest, such as the Walter Sisulu botanical gardens, Hartebeespoort dam & the local Krugersdorp game reserve and Sterkfontein Heritage lodge offer natural & peaceful surrounds to visitors.
From a property perspective, Krugersdorp has experienced noticeable growth in recent years. The area boasts suburbs such as Chancliff & Rant-en-Dal, which offer residents prime locations & natural surrounds. In addition to this areas such as Noordheuwel and Featherbrooke estate & surrounds have experienced high growth in the property development market, with many home buyers opting for Krugersdorp as their home, due to its location & its choice of schools, malls & facilities.