Oscar Pistorius spent the night at an opulent home in Waterkloof, Pretoria, but it is unclear how long the Paralympian will stay there.
Pistorius arrived at the luxury home in Waterkloof in a 4x4.
Journalists camped outside the home after the vehicle disappeared behind the entrance gates.
The "Blade Runner" was released on R1-million bail on Friday by the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court. The athlete is accused of murdering his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine’s Day, in what police and prosecutors say was a premeditated act.
While the state argues Pistorius planned to kill Steenkamp, the athlete insists he thought a burglar had entered his home. He claims he was firing at someone he thought had broken into his Silver Lakes home in Pretoria East.
The posh suburb of Waterkloof is filled with large, opulent homes, which is where the Paralympian will be staying.
Security guards entered and exited the premises but did not approach the media stationed outside.
It is understood Pistorius will be staying with a relative, but it is still unclear if this is where he will stay until his case resume in June.
Pistorius was ordered not to return to his Silver Lakes home as part of his strict bail conditions.
He will also have to report to the Brooklyn Police Station between 7AM and 1PM every Monday and Friday. The court has ordered him to hand over any weapons to the police as well.
He cannot drink alcohol.
It is unclear if Pistorius will resume training and competing before his case heads back to court.