What is there to do in Dandenong Ranges?

12 Things To Do In The Dandenong Ranges That Aren’t Eating Scones

  • Browse Antiques At Mangana.
  • Grab A Pie From Pie In The Sky.
  • Wander The Alfred Nicholas Gardens.
  • Open Mic Night At The Mt Dandenong Hotel.
  • Visit The Kalorama Lookout.
  • Brunch At Destiny Point Cafe.
  • Go Plant Shopping At Sassafras.
  • Walk/Struggle Up The 1000 Steps.

Can we visit Dandenong Ranges?

There are parts of the Dandenong Ranges that are now safely accessible by roads and welcoming visitors back! See the friendly faces in the townships of Belgrave, Sassafras, Kallista, Emerald and more. And yes, Puffing Billy is set to roll around the tracks each weekend!

Is Dandenong safe?

Dandenong North has an above average violent crime rate and an average property crime rate for Melbourne.

Who are the traditional owners of the Dandenong Ranges?

Aboriginal peoples of the Kulin Nations are the Traditional Custodians of the lands now named City of Greater Dandenong.

What wine is Yarra Valley famous for?

As Victoria’s original wine country, the Yarra Valley is home to over 50 wineries. It features a diversity of terroir and is able to produce a wide range of classic wine styles, but is particularly renowned for its Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Sparkling and innovative savoury Rosé.

Is Dandenong a bad area?

Dandenong station is not a really a safe place for anyone even males at night time. So I would always look to travel with a group of people as there is safety in numbers. However, it would be best to travel in peak times, when there are a lot of people around. My advice would be to avoid it otherwise if you can.

Where are the Dandenong Ranges and the Yarra Valley?

Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges View map of Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges This region, located to the east of Melbourne, can be divided into two separate areas – the Dandenong Ranges, where Melbourne’s leafy eastern suburbs meet the mountains and forests, and the Yarra Valley, Victoria’s oldest wine region.

Where are the best places to visit in the Yarra Ranges?

Travel the awe-inspiring Black Spur for scenic attractions ranging from snowgum woodlands to rainforest and everything in between in the Yarra Ranges. Wind your way past the Black Spur’s immense mountain ash trees to Marysville, where you can witness the regeneration that’s taken place since the 2009 bushfires.

Is there a Yarra Valley wine tour from Melbourne?

If you are interested in wine tours from Melbourne, our One Day Yarra Valley Wine Tour is exactly what you need. A jam pack day, you will start your journey from Melbourne where we’ll take you to the rolling hills of the valley. If you are a foodie, don’t despair, this tour is filled with amazing food adventures.

What to do in the Yarra Valley at sunrise?

Rise above the Yarra Valley at sunrise on a silent, scenic hot air balloon flight – a tranquil way to experience the wonders of the landscape. Rise above the Yarra Valley at sunrise on a silent, scenic hot air balloon flight – a tranquil way to experience the wonders of the landscape.