Emerald - Sleep

Emerald (including Gembrook, Bunyip State Park and Kurth Kiln Park)
Pretty town which was the first settlement in the Dandenongs
Set at the top of a ridge with fine views, Emerald is an attractive town located 55 km south-east of Melbourne in the Dandenong Ranges, at an altitude of 318 m.

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Emerald - Culture and History

Emerald (including Gembrook, Bunyip State Park and Kurth Kiln Park)
Pretty town which was the first settlement in the Dandenongs
Set at the top of a ridge with fine views, Emerald is an attractive town located 55 km south-east of Melbourne in the Dandenong Ranges, at an altitude of 318 m.

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The Dandenongs - Places to See

The Dandenongs (sometimes referred to as the Dandenong Ranges)
Popular and hugely attractive mountain area to the east of Melbourne.
The Dandenongs, or the Dandenong Ranges, are a collection of small towns and villages characterised by attractive houses nestled into the surrounding forests and some of the finest gardens in Australia.

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Dandenong - Fast Facts

Dandenong (including Churchill National Park and Lysterfield Lake Park)
Popular and hugely attractive mountain area to the east of Melbourne.
The City of Greater Dandenong is an administrative, industrial and residential region within Melbourne which incorporates the suburbs of Dandenong, Dandenong South, Bangholme, Keysborough, Noble Park, South Springvale, Springvale and Dandenong North. Dandenong itself is located 32 km south-east of the Melbourne CBD and 23 m above sea-level. The city is traversed by the Princes Highway which meets up with the South Gippsland Highway at the south-eastern boundary of the city.

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Dandenong - Eat

Dandenong (including Churchill National Park and Lysterfield Lake Park)
Popular and hugely attractive mountain area to the east of Melbourne.
The City of Greater Dandenong is an administrative, industrial and residential region within Melbourne which incorporates the suburbs of Dandenong, Dandenong South, Bangholme, Keysborough, Noble Park, South Springvale, Springvale and Dandenong North. Dandenong itself is located 32 km south-east of the Melbourne CBD and 23 m above sea-level. The city is traversed by the Princes Highway which meets up with the South Gippsland Highway at the south-eastern boundary of the city.

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Dandenong - Places to See

Dandenong (including Churchill National Park and Lysterfield Lake Park)
Popular and hugely attractive mountain area to the east of Melbourne.
The City of Greater Dandenong is an administrative, industrial and residential region within Melbourne which incorporates the suburbs of Dandenong, Dandenong South, Bangholme, Keysborough, Noble Park, South Springvale, Springvale and Dandenong North. Dandenong itself is located 32 km south-east of the Melbourne CBD and 23 m above sea-level. The city is traversed by the Princes Highway which meets up with the South Gippsland Highway at the south-eastern boundary of the city.

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Dandenong - Culture and History

Dandenong (including Churchill National Park and Lysterfield Lake Park)
Popular and hugely attractive mountain area to the east of Melbourne.
The City of Greater Dandenong is an administrative, industrial and residential region within Melbourne which incorporates the suburbs of Dandenong, Dandenong South, Bangholme, Keysborough, Noble Park, South Springvale, Springvale and Dandenong North. Dandenong itself is located 32 km south-east of the Melbourne CBD and 23 m above sea-level. The city is traversed by the Princes Highway which meets up with the South Gippsland Highway at the south-eastern boundary of the city.

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Led up the garden path

Led up the garden path The Dandenong Ranges are home to some of Melbourne's most stunning gardens, writes Jill Innamorati Varley.

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