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Local Villages

Attractions – Local Villages

Kallista

Kallista is surrounded by a number of attractive parks and gardens. Adjoining Sherbrooke Forest, which offers visitors walking tracks through native Australian bush in a scenic and mountainous environment.
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Monbulk Village

Monbulk is a thriving township with many diversified farms growing fruit, nursery plants and a substantial bulb and cut-flower industry for national and international markets. Wickedly Delicious French Patisserie is a must visit locale at the corner of Monbulk Rd and Olinda-Monbulk Roads.
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Other Small Villages

There is a wonderful world of small historic villages spread throughout The Dandenong Ranges
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The Hillz Bar and Kitchen – Monbulk

At The Hillz Bar and Kitchen with Music in Monbulk, you will be served meals with fresh organic local produce. Pizza from the Wood Oven, Beer on Tap, Local Wines and the best Local Live Music. The Hillz Bar and Kitchen supports local producers, we use free range chicken/eggs and hormone free Tasmanian grass fed Beef. All pasta, bread and desserts are hand made on the premises.
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The Courtyard at Sassafras

The Courtyard at Sassafras offers consumers the highest standard bedroom, dining and occasional pieces at affordable prices.
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Olinda

One of the highest of the Dandenong Range's villages, this popular tourist town is noted for its scenic beauty. Olinda Village is well renowned for its collection of craft and antique shops, boutique cafes and restaurants
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Kalorama

Here is a spectacular lookout which provides easterly views across Kalorama Park and down to the Silvan Reservoir. Across the road from the lookout is Verandah Point Bakery and Café, the Five Ways Art Gallery, and the bushy Ellis Jeeves Reserve.
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Belgrave

One of Belgrave's main attractions is the Puffing Billy steam train. The town's main commercial centre which is home to a selection of eateries, gift shops and the historic Cameo Cinema, all set against a forest backdrop.
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Gembrook

In Gembrook today, potato, grape, chestnut and flower farms create a patchwork landscape, often with magnificent views of the distant blue ranges. Visit the historic Kurth Kiln, and Bunyip State Park just 7 kilometres from town, the perfect setting for a bush BBQ!
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About The Dandenong Ranges

The Dandenong Ranges is a magical world of history, with beautiful little villages and a wonderful selection of accommodation, restaurants and tourist attractions.....all 45 minutes from Melbourne. Read some of the history......
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Warburton

Warburton is an attractive town on the Yarra River, nestled in a valley between heavily forested mountains, east of Lilydale and on the road to Mount Donna Buang.
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Mt.Dandenong

The premier tourist attraction in the area and now the second most popular tourist destination in Victoria, is the Mount Dandenong Observatory. Mount Dandenong Village is home to a strip of boutique shops, a supermarket, and the Wild Oak, Indian by Nature, Fairy Mountain Chinese and Grinds and Vines Restaurants.
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Sassafras Village

Today Sassafras is a popular tourist destination with several boutique and antique stores, nurseries, and numerous restaurants and cafes such as Miss Marples, Ripe, Cream at Sassafras, Black Kettle Tea Rooms, Sassfras Café, Flippin' Pancakes and Fortnums Restaurant.
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Olinda Guest House – Mount Dandenong

Accommodates up to 6 in 3 bedrooms. A completely self-contained guest house. A large,well appointed kitchen with all essential cooking and dining equipment.
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Emerald Village

Emerald was initially known as Main Ridge but was renamed after Emerald Creek which was, in turn, named after a murdered prospector. Prior to the arrival of Europeans the Woiwurung people are thought to have occupied the area.
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