Situated 30km south-east of the CBD, Dandenong is a lively suburb with multicultural flavour.
Laden with great sporting and recreation facilities, an arts scene, a global food scene, established schools and excellent shopping, Dandenong caters for all!
A short commute to the lush Dandenong Ranges, this thrilling urban enclave will keep you entertained endlessly! Great local amenities include: Dandenong Plaza Shopping Centre, Dandenong Stadium, Dandenong Oasis, the Drum Theatre, the Afghan Bazaar Cultural Precinct in and around Thomas Street, the annual Greater Dandenong Short Cuts Film Festival, the deliciously revamped Dandenong Market and Little India in and around Foster Street.
There are a range of state secondary and primary schools in Dandenong, as well as a major train station and a decent bus network, although the area is well serviced by major roads and freeways.
Home to a blended population, you’ll find a mix of families, young professionals, mature couples and singles as well as elderly long-term residents.
With its era of establishment, you’ll find some older homes in the area – classic houses on large green blocks – but you’ll also find newer, post-50s units, sleek modernist townhouses and apartments.
In recent years Dandenong has been deemed one of Melbourne’s most affordable and liveable suburbs, making it an ideal neighbourhood to invest in.