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Independent outdoor media offers intelligent, expertly situated advertising space in Cape Town. IOM enables you to effectively capture the market of your choice. If you’ve got a big idea, we’ve got the space

Contact us: +27 021 438 6666 or brent@iom.co.za

Intelligent outdoor media

Independent outdoor media offers intelligent, expertly situated advertising space in Cape Town. IOM enables you to effectively capture the market of your choice. If you’ve got a big idea, we’ve got the space

Contact us: +27 021 438 6666 or brent@iom.co.za

Available Sites

Cape Town Athlone

N2 Highway
Apollis – North

Cape Town CBD

Long Street Corner of Bloem
Senator Park

Cape Town Kenilworth

M5 Highway
Oakdale – M5 Highway

Cape Town Tamboerskloof

Kloofnek Road
Thunderstuck

Cape Town CBD

Loop Street
Graphic Centre

Cape Town Paarden Eiland

N1 Highway
Craft South

Cape Town CBD

Buitensingel Street
Sanuk

Cape Town CBD

Loop Street
Mosque

Cape Town Paarden Eiland

N1 Highway
Pip North

Cape Town CBD

Long Street
Overbeek – Long

Cape Town Periphery Woodstock

Lower Church Street
Fareham

Cape Town Paarden Eiland

N1 Highway
Pip South

Cape Town Athlone

N2 Highway
Apollis – South

Cape Town Kenilworth

Racecourse Road + M5 on-ramp
Kenilworth Bridge

Cape Town Periphery Woodstock

Victoria Road
Victoria Centre

Cape Town Airport Industria

N2 Highway
Lufthansa – South

Cape Town Kenilworth

Racecourse Road
Oakdale – Racecourse Rd

Cape Town CBD

Nelson Mandela Boulevard
Castle Mews – North

Cape Town CBD

Nelson Mandela Boulevard
Castle Mews – South

Cape Town Periphery Woodstock

Victoria Road
De Waal House

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Cape Town Tamboerskloof | Kloofnek Road | Thunderstuck

This wall-sign faces morning peak-hour traffic on Kloofnek Road, coming from the Atlantic Seaboard and surrounding City Bowl residential areas, heading towards the City’s CBD and V&A Waterfront. Excellent further exposure from the surrounding trendy restaurants and bars in this new entertainment precinct, exposure to locals and tourists both day and night.

LSM: 5 –12
Traffic Count: 930,000 per month
GPS: -33.929674,18.40808

Style: Landscape


Size: 2m x 12m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Buitensingel Street | Sanuk

This wall-sign faces traffic heading down Buitensingel Street as they turn off Buitengracht, en route to the ‘happening’ Long Street entertainment hub and N2 De Waal Drive. The site is busy throughout the day and night, but particularly congested during morning and evening traffic due to the slow traffic lights on Buitengracht St.

LSM: 5 –12
Traffic Count: 1m per month
GPS: -33.92598,18.412184

Style: Portrait


Size: 6m x 6m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Long Street | Overbeek – Long

This is one of Cape Town’s largest and best known ‘landmark’ wall signs, prominently situated at the top end of now well-renowned Long Street. Recognized as the City’s entertainment area, this prime site is in close proximity to trendy restaurants, clubs and pubs where our locals mingle with tourists. The site has consistently high traffic volumes during the week as well as weekends, both day and night.

Note: High-profile custom-made site with specific terms & conditions applicable. Long term contracts only. Specialized installation.

LSM: 5 –12
Traffic Count: 7,1m per month
GPS: -33.927177,18.413524

Style: Portrait


Size: 20m x 12m


Type: PVC & Contravision


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol (ARA): No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Long Street Corner of Bloem | Senator Park

This wall-mounted site is located right in the very heart of Cape Town CBD’s very ‘happening’ entertainment strip of Long Street. Positioned right above the Kennedy’s Cigar bar and Long Street café opposite the Jo’burg club and surrounded by other restaurants and tourists shops. This site has consistently high bypassing traffic volumes during the week as well as weekends, both day and night.

LSM: 5 –12
Traffic Count: 1,55m per month
GPS: -33.925708,18.41567

Style: Portrait


Size: 9m x 6m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Loop Street | Graphic Centre

This wall-sign faces traffic entering the CBD fr om Buitensingel Street down Loop Street. Loop Street is a one-way double arterial, running all the way fr om the southern end of the City down through the new Foreshore financial district and CTICC, towards V&A Waterfront and N1 Highway. Particularly busy with commuter traffic in mornings; again at night when the adjacent Long St area comes to life.

LSM: 5 –12
Traffic Count: 600,000 per month
GPS: -33.926348, 18.413897

Style: Portrait


Size: 9m x 6m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Loop Street | Mosque

This wall-sign faces traffic entering the CBD fr om Buitensingel Street down Loop Street. Loop Street is a one-way double arterial, running all the way from the southern end of the City down through the new Foreshore financial district and CTICC, towards V&A Waterfront and N1 Highway. Particularly busy with commuter traffic in mornings; again at night when the adjacent Long St area comes to life.

LSM: 5 –12
Traffic Count: 600,000 per month
GPS: -33.926251,18.413556

Style: Portrait


Size: 6m x 4m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Periphery Woodstock | Lower Church Street | Fareham

This large wall-sign on Lower Church Street is viewed by traffic coming into the Woodstock / Saltriver area fr om the N1 Highway . A visually prominent site positioned at eye-level to passing motorists on a slow arterial, which enjoys exposure particularly to morning traffic towards the City’s expanding combination residential, advertising, design, textile and other light industries.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 550 000 per month
GPS: -33.925842,18.44827

Style: Landscape


Size: 4m x 16m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Kenilworth | M5 Highway | Oakdale

This billboard is viewed from the M5 (North) Highway, coming up from Muizenberg heading towards the N2 and N1 Highways and Cape Town CBD ahead. Positioned on driver’s right just before the Kenilworth Bridge exit the the Claremont / Cavendish areas as well as to the residential areas of Mitchell’s Plain and Athlone. The M5 is busy throughout the day , but busiest in morning peak hour traffic.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 1,2m per month
GPS: -33.987993,18.491693

Style: Landscape


Size: 4m x 8m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Paarden Eiland | N1 Highway | Craft South

This wall-sign is seen from the N1 Highway on driver’s left as one exits the Cape Town CBD. Located in the 80km zone of this 4-laned Table Bay Blvd, this is THE busiest section of Highway in the whole of the Western Cape. Peak hour after noon exposure is highest, with traffic heading homewards from Marine Drive towards the South via the M5 Koeberg Interchange as well as to the Northern Suburbs ahead.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 3,4m per month
GPS: -33.920135,18.465226

Style: Landscape


Size: 4m x 16m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Paarden Eiland | N1 Highway | Pip North

This billboard is seen from the N1 Highway on driver’s right as one heads towards the CBD. Located just before the Marine Drive Bridge in the 80km zone of this 4-laned Table Bay Blvd, this is THE busiest section of Highway in the whole of the Western Cape. Peak hour morning exposure is highest, with traffic coming in from the South via the M5 Koeberg Inter change as well as from the Northern Suburbs.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 3,4m per month
GPS: -33.920643,18.458916

Style: Landscape


Size:3m x 12m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Paarden Eiland | N1 Highway | Pip South

This is the first billboard seen on the N1 Highway driver’ s left as one exits the Cape Town CBD. Located on the 4-laned Table Bay Blvd, this is THE busiest section of Highway in the whole of the Western Cape. Peak hour after noon exposure is highest and traffic heads homewards from Marine Drive towards the South via the M5 Koeberg Inter change as well as the Northern Suburbs ahead.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 3,4m per month
GPS: -33.920643,18.458916

Style: Landscape


Size: 3m x 12m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Athlone | N2 Highway | Apollis – North

This billboard is seen on driver’s left from this triple-laned N2 Highway, positioned just before the N7/Vanguard Drive Bridge, coming from Cape Town International Airport, the informal areas of Khayelitsha, Crossroads, and Gugulethu, the R300 ring road and Stellenbosch and Strand before. The flow of private, public and taxi transport is high throughout the day; most congested during peak morning hours.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 2,8m per month
GPS: -33.956816,18.545859

Style: Landscape


Size: 4m x 8m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Athlone | N2 Highway | Apollis – South

This billboard is seen on driver’s right from this triple-laned N2 Highway, positioned just past the N7/Vanguard Drive Bridge, en route Cape Town International Airport, and the informal areas of Khayelitsha, Crossroads and Gugulethu, the R 300 Interchange and Stellenbosch & Strand beyond. The flow of private, public and taxi transport is high throughout the day; mostly congested during peak afternoon hours.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 2,8m per month
GPS: -33.956816,18.545859

Style: Landscape


Size: 4m x 8m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Airport Industria | N2 Highway | Lufthansa – South

This billboard is seen on driver’s right from this triple-laned N2 Highway, positioned just past the Cape Town International Airport, en route the informal areas of Khayelitsha, Crossroads and Gugulethu, the R300 Interchange and Stellenbosch / Strand beyond. The flow of private, public and taxi transport is high throughout the day; but most congested during peak afternoon hours.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 2,8m per month
GPS: -33.972691,18.578818

Style: Landscape


Size: 3m x 12m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Nelson Mandela Boulevard | Castle Mews – North

This wall-sign faces commuter traf fic on the busy triple-laned N2 Nelson Mandela Boulevard, seen from the Strand St on-ramp leaving the CBD onto the N2 Foreshore fly-over heading towards Southern Suburbs and Airport. Positioned at eye-level with exposure throughout the day, busiest in after noon peak-hour traffic. Additional exposure from Newmarket St below heading towards Woodstock/Saltriver areas.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 2,48m per month
GPS: -33.926625,18.434494

Style: Landscape


Size: 3m x 12m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Nelson Mandela Boulevard | Castle Mews – South

This wall-sign faces commuter traffic on the busy triple-laned N2 Nelson Mandela Boulevard, seen from the Strand St on-ramp leaving the CBD onto the N2 Foreshore fly-over heading towards Southern Suburbs and Airport. Positioned at eye-level with exposure throughout the day, busiest in after noon peak-hour traffic. Additional exposure from Sir Lowry Road (M4) below heading towards Woodstock/Saltriver areas.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 2,4m per month
GPS: -33.926625,18.434494

Style: Landscape


Size: 3m x 12m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Kenilworth | Racecourse Road + M5 on-ramp | Kenilworth Bridge

This billboard faces traffic on the Kenilworth Bridge coming from the M5 (South) Highway. This prominent site is also viewed by traffic driving from the Kenilworth Bridge (M24 Racecourse Rd) from the Claremont / Cavendish / Kenilworth areas heading towards the residential Athlone / Mitchell’s Plain areas and the M5 Highway. It is in very close proximity to the Kenilworth Shopping Centre and Access Park.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: p/m 1,2m
GPS: -33.987993,18.491693

Style: Landscape


Size: 4m x 8m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Kenilworth | Racecourse Road | Oakdale

This billboard faces traffic driving along Racecourse Rd (M24) onto Kenilworth Bridge heading towards the Claremont, Cavendish, Kenilworth areas and M5 Highway from the residential Athlone, Mitchell’s Plain areas. Positioned before a slow double-set of traffic lights, it is in close proximity to the Kenilworth Shopping Centre and Access Park.

LSM: 4 –12
Traffic Count: 1,2m per month
GPS: -33.987993,18.491693

Style: Landscape


Size: 4m x 8m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) No


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town CBD | Strand Street | Monex

This wall-sign is viewed in the centre of Cape Town CBD by traffic on the main Strand Street arterial which heads down towards Adderley Street and the N2 Foreshore Blvd beyond. Located on the corner of Loop Street, this site is visible on approach from Buitengracht Street and High Level Road, 3 sets of slow traffic lights away. This is one of Cape Town’s long-standing prime CBD sites.

LSM: 5 –12
Traffic Count: 1m per month
GPS: -33.920002,18.420679

Style: Portrait


Size: 12,5m x 7,5m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Periphery Woodstock | Victoria Road | De Waal House

This wall-sign faces traffic driving along the notoriously congested Victoria Rod (M4) in Woodstock, traffic flowing from the N2 Highway and Southern Suburbs towards the Cape Town CBD and the Peripheral suburbs of Woodstock, Saltriver, Vredehoek and the Gardens. This site is particularly busy in mornings with both private and public transport.

LSM: 4 –10
Traffic Count: 550 000 per month
GPS: -33.929314,18.449668

Style: Portrait


Size: 9m x 9m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


Cape Town Periphery Woodstock | Victoria Road | Victoria Centre

This wall-sign faces traffic driving along the notoriously congested Victoria Rod (M4) in Woodstock, traffic flowing fr om the N2 Highway and Southern Suburbs towards the Cape Town CBD and the Peripheral suburbs of Woodstock, Saltriver, Vredehoek and the Gardens. This site is particularly busy in mornings with both private and public transport.

LSM: 4 –10
Traffic Count: 775 000 per month
GPS: -33.929171,18.448616

Style: Portrait


Size: 9m x 6m


Type: PVC


Illuminated: Yes


Alcohol: (ARA) Yes


Production: Print, Install & Remove


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