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Dandenong National Park locate in the 30km southeast from Melbourne CBD . There is nice cafe restaurant open 7 days . You can enjoy the nature walk hear the birds singing.enjoy nice fragrant beautiful flowers 💐.
You can't go wrong, there is something for everyone in Sassafras. Fabulous teapot shop, antiques, restaurants, tea houses & toy shop to name a few.
Just down the road from Olinda where there is more of the same along with crafts & a hotel.
What a beautiful getaway! This is an easy weekend trip (or longer if you can) from Melbourne. There are beautiful easy walks through the Sherbrooke Forest, hikes to waterfalls, a dozen botanical gardens, and adorable boutique shops to wander nearby.
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Beautiful drive through winding , uphill roads ,amongst huge trees and wonderful hillside vistas. Flowers and homesteads greet your drive . Great restaurant at Cloude hill Seasons restaurant is my highlight ,and Miss Marples cafe is another good choice. Pie in the Sky is another...More
It is a beautiful place with extraordinary gardens, great native flora and fauna and lots of fantastic shops and eateries. Love the tall trees and the majestic ferns. A lovely drive that artisans, hippies and those of discerning tastes will find something to love. Brilliant!
There wa hardly anyone when we were there, so you can really enjoy the quiet serenity at the national park. Saw some birds and later confirmed to be the rare Lyre bird native to the region. The giant trees here made us look so small....More
For a magical, mystical, romantic getaway the Dandenongs in Victoria is a delight to visit. Tall, cool forests of Mountain Ash trees and many wonderful historic beautiful gardens and national parks to walk in and explore. There are great cafes and restaurants everywhere. Being up...More
So many stunning natural things to see- defs worth a trip! The cumberland walk is a must do for anyone who likes a quiet walk through the australian native bush with the tallest flowering trees in the world! Loved the town of Olinda and the...More