Dandenong is one of the suburbs of Melbourne in Victoria which is located 30km southeast from the Melbourne’s central business district. The estimated population as of 2014 census in Dandenong is about 29,000 people and the postcode of this region is 3175.

Suburbs around Dandenong

Apart from this, the land area of this region covers 8.9 km2 and the suburbs, which are surrounded by this region are Noble Park North, Keysborough, Dandenong North, Endeavourhills and Doveton.

Climate conditions in Dandenong

Dandenong experiences a mild and wet climate throughout the year. The place gets abundant rainfall throughout the year, except the months January and February where only lower rainfall obtained. The average recorded rainfall in a year is around 1175 mm, in which the month May gets the most precipitation. However, the region has experienced substantial warming in the recent years where the temperature hovers around 15 degrees Celsius.

Tourist attractions

Dandenong has some beautiful tourist spots like William Ricketts Sanctuary, Sky-high Mount Dandenong, Ranges National Park, Tea leaves Sassafras, The Australian Shark and Ray Centre, Karwarra Australian plant Garden, Miss Marple’s Tea room, Pirianda Gardens, Puffing Billy Railway, Grant’s Picnic Ground, George Tindale Memorial Gardens etc.