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At 633m above sea level, the SkyHigh Mt. Dandenong Observatory has views of Melbourne from Mornington Peninsula, across Port Phillip Bay to the You Yangs.
The site was established as a survey point in 1861 and features the SkyHigh restaurant and function rooms, a viewing terrace, BBQ's, manicured gardens, a gazebo and a maze.
The SkyHigh Bistro serves breakfast, lunch and a more formal dinner. Those staying at any of the local B & B's can arrange for a free limousine to take them to dinner (Monday to Friday) at SkyHigh.
Gates open from 10 a.m on weedays and 8 a.m weekends
closing at 10.00p.m Sunday to Thursday
closing at 10.30p.m Friday
closing at 11.00p.m Saturday
Cost is $4.00 per car with a rebate of $2.00 on a main meal.
Written Jul 22, 2007
If Amatuer Basketball is your game then Dandenong Indoor Sport Stadium is the place to come. Every day you can play on one of the 10 courts and there are numerous competitions playing most days of the week. It os one fo the biggest leagues in the country. Come down on Monday nights to see the fantastic E & F Grades play some champagne bball.
Equipment: Just bring your sports gear and you can hire basketballs.
Written Dec 26, 2002
Address: Stud Road, Dandenong
Favorite thing: Dont stay in Dandenong, unless you need to. It isnt the prettiest place to visit and basically you only would come here if you were visiting people who lived here. Dandenong is not in any way a tourist destination. Stay in Melbourne if you want to stay somewhere.
Fondest memory: If you come to Dandenong you might get to meet me, but I doubt it cause I try to get out whenever I can, I live here but Dandenong doesnt have much in terms of entertainment or activities.
Written Feb 25, 2003