Dandenong South is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, located in the City of Dandenong, VIC local government area. The suburb is home to many cultural landmarks, including the Dandenong Market (since 1952), the Dandenong Arts Centre, the Dandenong Town Hall and the Dandenong Markets, all located in its centre.
The Dandenong South town centre, on Burwood Highway, is home to more than 50 retail stores, as well as a great range of cafes and restaurants. Popular with families, the Dandenong South Shopping Centre includes a Regal Cinema, Woolworths supermarket, 7/11 convenience store, and a selection of top retailers.
Dandenong South, Dandenong is an electorate of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It contains the suburbs of Dandenong, Noble Park, and parts of Noble Park South. It was first created in 1984, but it grew significantly from 1996 onwards. It has taken its seat from Labor, and it is now held by the Liberal Party.
Dandenong South is an Australian suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is 22 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne central business district. The suburb is part of the Dandenong local government area.
Dandenong South, Dandenong is an outer suburb of Melbourne, Australia. It is named after the Dandenong Ranges, a popular tourist attraction in the locality. Dandenong South is located 50 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district.
Dandenong South, Dandenong is a suburb in Melbourne, Australia, 37 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Dandenong South, Dandenong has a population of 30,000 people.
Dandenong South, Dandenong. South of the Dandenong Ranges. Just South of the Yarra River. Right next door to the Dandenong Ranges. (OK, that last one was a lie). But you get the idea. Dandenong South is situated on the south-eastern border of Melbourne, around 15 minutes north of the CBD. The suburb’s close proximity to the CBD makes it popular with people who work in city-based jobs, and, with its leafy streets and wide roads, Dandenong South feels like a suburb designed to be enjoyed by locals.
Dandenong South is a fantastic place to live, work and play. However, if you’ve found yourself curious about your suburb’s heritage, history, heritage and culture, then it may be worth your time to visit.
The Dandenong South Community Health Service (DCH) provides a variety of services in the Dandenong South area. Services include: Primary Care, Community Nursing, Allied Health, Child and Youth Health, Mental Health and Domestic Violence Services, and Preventative Health.