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Dandenong Ranges

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The Dandenong Ranges are a group of hills forming the eastern boundary of Melbourne, Australia, about 35 km east of the central city. They can be seen from most parts of Melbourne, and are easily identifiable as a group of three hills with large television towers.

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  • Puffing Billy. This historic steam train is the most popular attraction in the Dandenong Ranges. It runs on its original 24 km mountain railway track through the beautiful lush bush of the ranges. http://www.puffingbilly.com.au
  • William Ricketts Sanctuary. Every day except Christmas Day 10am-4:30pm. May be closed during fire bans. William Ricketts is a well known Australian artist, and this, his previously private retreat is dotted with amazing sculpture blended into the natural environs. $5.60 adult, $4.40 concession, $2.20 child (10-14 years), $13.30 family of four, free for under 10 years. http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/1park_display.cfm?park=216
  • Scenic Lookout, which looks out across all of Melbourne
  • Flower farms
  • Devonshire tea houses with friendly parrots

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