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.
Met suburban train on the Belgrave line (3 zones). The national park is a 10 minute walk from the Upper Ferntree Gully station. Puffing Billy starts from Belgrave station, the last Met station. Sherbrooke Forest is a 15 minute walk from Belgrave station.
US Buslines run between the stations and to Mt Dandenong Hotel in Olinda.
It is possible to catch a train there and go on several walks near the dandenong train station.
Cycling is possible, but only for intermediate and advanced cyclists.
Running  is also possible.