A suburb in the metro area of Melbourne, Dandenong is a great base while visiting one of the most popular areas in the state of Victoria. From Dandenong Creek to the top of Mount Dandenong, this city is surrounded by natural beauty and plenty of attractions, which will keep visitors busy while on their Down Under adventure in Australia.
- Drum Theatre
- National Gallery of Victoria
- Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park
- See a game at the Dandenong Stadium
- Walk through the stunning State Library of Victoria
- Tour the Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens
Although the winter weather does not always translate into snow, the area does experience frosts and fog. Summer temperatures can exceed the average 75°F (24°C). Average annual rainfall for the area is 26 inches (660 mm).
Getting There & Around
The Melbourne International Airport receives flights for the city of Dandenong. Visitors can reach their accommodations by way of hired car, bus or taxi. The Gippsland line operates a regional train from the Dandenong Rail Station to Melbourne.
Getting around the area can be done by hired cars, coaches, rail, cycling and walking. There is a bus system operated by Grenda’s Bus Services, and the Pakenham and Cranbourne rail lines service the surrounding area.
4 hotels in Dandenong
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Punthill Apartment Hotel Dandenong invites travellers to a chic property with top-notch facilities set right in the heart of Dandenong central business district. While in this part of Melbourne,... More