Alive with energy, vibrance and soul, Century City has it all. Experience some of the best shopping South Africa has to offer, or get a breath of fresh air and experience nature first hand on our award winning wetlands area – Intaka Island. Take a boat ride, catch a movie and a meal, all of this is what makes Century City a unique place to Live, Work and Play.

INTAKA ISLAND

Intaka Island

Intaka Island, Century City’s own award-winning 16 hectare wetlands and bird sanctuary, is home to over 200 species of indigenous fynbos plants and over 120 bird species. Intaka – which means 'bird' in Xhosa – is a unique example of nature conservation and urban development co-existing in harmony. Apart from its environmental significance, the area offers a place of solace to take a stroll, relax, and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life - intaka.co.za

OPERATING HOURS

Intaka Island is open to visitors and groups 364 days a year (we are closed on Christmas Day)

Summer
07:30 - 19:00 OCT - APR
Winter
07:30 - 17:30 MAY - SEP
ENTRANCE FEES

Adults R22.00
Children (Under 12yrs) R13.00
Pensioners R13.00
Boat Ride Adults R65.00 Boat Ride Children (Under 12yrs) R55.00


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THINGS TO DO

Intaka Island is open to visitors and groups 364 days a year (we are closed on Christmas Day)

  • BOAT TRIPS
  • BIRD MOUNTAIN
  • SELF GUIDEd Trail
  • Bird Hides
  • EDUCATIONAL LAPA
  • GUIDED TRAIL (BOOKINGS ONLY)
  • PHOTOGRAPHY
  • INDIGENOUS GARDEN
  • BOATING

Central Park

Central Park

4 500m2 park in the middle of Century City designed for informal passive recreation for use by the Century City Community, and for formal events authorised by the Century City Property Owners’ Association

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Clubhouse

The Clubhouse

Bordering on the community green Central Park, the multi-use clubhouse is the home to the various sporting clubs in Century City. These include an Athletic Club, a Canoe Club, a Stand Up Paddling Club, Adventure Bootcamp for Women as well as summer and winter touch rugby leagues. Flanked by the CCPOA Head Office building, Century City House, it is available for rental for corporate meetings and training, as well as various events and gatherings.

The Clubhouse is managed by the CCPOA, but has a full time operator, Diva Cuisine, offering a restaurant facility with a range of foods, open from 9am to 5pm, as well as a fully licenced bar. For more information on the Century City Clubhouse please contact Duncan +27 83 643 0246 or Chantal +27 83 4766 596 or via email: dc@divacuisine.net or visit their website here.

Dining Out

Feeling hungry?
Find the best places to eat.

For your convenience we’ve listed some of the most popular eateries for you.
Visit the full restaurant directory.

Sporting activities

Feeling sporty?
Find sporting activities.

Century City has 4 Sporting Clubs; the Century City Canoe Club, the Century City Athletics Club, the Century City Stand Up paddling Club, the summer and spring Touch Rugby League and many more sporting activities.

For your convenience we’ve listed some of the most popular sporting activities for you.
Visit the full sporting activities directory

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TOUCH RUGBY
The ATHLETICS CLUB
The STAND UP PADDLE CLUB

The Century City Arts Foundation

The Century City Arts Foundation, which has Public Benefit Organisation Status, was formed with the aim of making Century City a destination for art. It aims to preserve, foster and communicate the arts in Century City by providing facilities, opportunities, a platform and a forum for both established and aspirant artists across all art genres.

The CCAF is always on the lookout for new additions to our Art Trail and art events diary to strengthen our current offering, so if you are interested in exhibiting, being a part of our Arts Trail or have a great idea for an event, please email info@centurycity.co.za

Arts

Century City Art Trail

The Arts Trail consists of a number of mosaic, painted, architectural and sculptural pieces including Ibis Rising, a mural mosaic on the walls of The Island Club; Family Reunion, a poignant wooden piece carved from a tree trunk; and Feather Lane, a series of circular mosaic meditations set in the paving of a lane leading down to Intaka Island. Explore these and many other artworks and be transported into a world of artistic enchantment.

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Ibis Rising
Impromptu Pavilion
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