Centurion Mall offers a unique shopping environment with over 200 stores to shop or meet at with friends and family for breakfast, lunch or dinner; we have you covered.
Stroll down the open-air Spine area and you will find the architectural features that forms part of the main thoroughfare through the mall. Here you are able to stroll along a broad fashion walk dotted with large green planters and climate cooling water features.
Shoppers are spoiled for
choice at Centurion Mall
Anchored by Woolworths, Pick n Pay, Game, Dis-Chem, Clicks and Checkers, with the upper floor offering some great home and décor retailers, restaurants and more.
Centurion Mall can conveniently be accessed from the N1 highway with ample open and covered parking; as well as a variety of services including family and baby rooms, free Wi-Fi, ticketless parking and more. Centurion Mall is the shopping destination in the greater Tshwane area.
Centurion Mall first opened its doors on 24 April 1985 with 100 shops including a OK Bazaars. It was constructed around the Centurion Lake, which is on the Hennops River; and was the only shopping centre with anchor tenants at that time until the early 2000s. The mall was originally known as Verwoerdburgstad.
One of the highlights of the mall was the introduction of the water organ that was imported from America, which was known as the “Waltzing Waters”.
It then underwent major developments in 2003, making it the second largest shopping centre in the Tshwane metropolitan area.
IN 2003 THE MALL WAS FURTHER DEVELOPED AND WAS LAUNCHED IN APRIL 2004 WITH AN ADDITIONAL 28 712 M² IN RETAIL SPACE AND 1,300 ADDITIONAL SECURED PARKING BAYS. WOOLWORTHS WAS RELOCATED AND THE FOLLOWING MAJOR STORES WERE ADDED: GAME, FRUIT AND VEG AND TOYS R US.