Discover the best top things to do in Dandenong, Australia including Dandenong Ranges, Dandenong Market, Grants Picnic Ground, Sandown Greyhounds, Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens, Burden Park, Dandenong Park, Dandenong Home Quarter, Greaves Reserve, Bright Moon Buddhist Society.
Restaurants in Dandenong
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Dandenong Ranges offers a wide variety of tourist attractions only a short distance from Melbourne. The tall mountain ash's and tree ferns and walks through the Sherbrooke Forest to Puffing Billy vintage train, William Rickets Sanctuary and much more.
4 based on 173 reviews
Known as the "cook's market", Dandenong Market is a 150-year old traditional working market in Melbourne's South East. A mecca for fresh produce and hard-to-find ingredients, Dandenong Market attracts over 5 million visitors a year who seek out authentic, fresh produce. With over 200 market traders spread out over 8000 square metres, Dandenong Market offers everything from honeycomb fresh from the beehive, to flowers cut straight from the farm, to apples picked from the orchard. A busy and bustling market full of sights and delights, Dandenong Market offers a taste for every season and a treasure in every stall.
Have been going to this market off and on for many, many years. Have seen many changes between visits but still a great market. Has all your fresh fruit and veg as well was plants and flowers. Great eatery and still great hot jam donuts. Has typical Melbourne market feel and interesting array of clothing, shoes, jewellery and much more. Well worth a visit.
4 based on 77 reviews
We did some nice walk into the woods and had fun feeding the cockatoos. But…
1] As other reviewers have pointed out, signage is lacking and directions unclear along the trails. We had to keep asking other fellow hikers to make sure we’re on the right track. And, luckily, Google map was still functional even in the woods
2] If you only want a close encounter with the wild birds, you don’t really have to pay to feed them. Just cross the road, right in front of the café, there’s a patch of wood where we saw tens of birds gathering & resting, with not a bit of fear even after we’ve gotten next to them.
3] We also did the Sherbrooke Falls Walk but it’s a shame that there’s no view to the falls at all. The vegetable has over-grown & all the view was blocked over there.
4 based on 26 reviews
The Sandown Greyhound Racing Club is Australia's premier greyhound racing facility and home to the world's richest greyhound race, the $600,000 TAB Melbourne Cup. See the world's fastest sport on four legs in the luxury of our world class grandstand, fully renovated and enclosed ensuring the comfort of patrons regardless of the weather. There's a full bar and dining options available, and make sure you meet our resident retired racers to see what beautiful animals greyhounds are. We typically race every Thursday evening and Sunday afternoon and entry to all race meeting is free!
It is very difficult to find a place where one can have defensive driving techniques , participate in the race programs etc . Although it is closed for most part of the year , as per the calendar , the race course is open for the events .
Good Race Course and is very much accessible by car as well as by public transport as it located on the Dandedong - Melbourne H.W .
It is a boon for people who would like to learn the basics of driving as well as the basics of racing .
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We visited Heritage Hill to attend an exhibition opening. We were surprised to find such a serene place nestled amongst the hustle and bustle of central Dandenong! The main homestead, built in the 1930s, has been beautifully preserved and acts as both a gallery space and a house museum. We took a wander around the property and spent most of our time enjoying the amazing rose Gardens - definitely the highlight of our visit. More people need to know about Dandenong's best kept secret!
5 based on 3 reviews
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Lovely park that has the fenced off fast flowing Dandenong creek flowing through it. Has a few points of interest including great playground,botanical european trees and info boards. The 50th anniversary of rotary water wheel is quirky. Only negative is number of homeless persons in park.
TIP: parking opposite court or on other side off dandy hwy
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Home Quarter Dandenong is a retail homemaker Centre that includes big-name tenants like The Good Guys, Officeworks, Clark Rubber and Fantastic Furniture. The Centre is located at a highly exposed corner of Frankston-Dandenong Roads, as well as the Dandenong Southern Bypass, offering its retailers large volumes of traffic, loads of parking, great food and expansive showrooms.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
huge community asset with a bit of everything. features an indoor netball centre,numerous ovals,soccer pitch,tennis courts,off leash dog area and is the home of the Dandenong pastoral society. the bushland is lovely with an off leash area and the eastlink trail running thru reserve
4 based on 2 reviews
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.