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Rail trip through the Dandenong Ranges a great escape from the city. Easy drive. Parking somwhat challenging.
We went for a Sunday drive to the Dandenong ranges and were delighted by the lush forest with tree ferns and stately eucalyptus trees, peppered with properties displaying beautiful garden. Wonderful views from Mt Dandenong as well, the Dandenong ranges would be a great place...More
This national park is close to Melbourne and is accessible by public transport, BUT it is nowhere near the city of Dandenong. Being a local we usually drive, but occasionally we catch the train towards Belgrave but get off at any of the stations from...More
Free ranging Black beak IBIS were roaming around. They obviously has been fed human food, we had a chance to catch our rest on a bench & there they are or at least a pair of them. We were obviously late during our trip here...More
Amazing views and heaps to see on a nature walk through this park area so close to Melbourne. Very peaceful and refreshing place to get outdoors and take a walk.
It's pretty easy to get to the 1000 steps aka Kokoda trail and lyrebird trail. I was expecting wilderness but on a Tuesday it was swamped with locals doing 'Jacobs ladder' ie running and walking trail in Lorna Jayne outfits but it's clear they haven't...More
If you have an half a day to spare and not know what to do then take a drive to the Dandenong Ranges where you can park the car and do a 1.5 hour (retrun) walk. We did the Kokoda Trail walk which is a...More
Visit Skyhigh which has beautiful views of Melbourne, Port Philip etc. Entrance is $6 per car. Take a walk round the gardens and visit the forests walks too. Hills in Dandenong ranges are beautiful.