The Dandenongs

The art and photography of the Dandenong Ranges.

Recent Work

  • Yarra Glen flats flooding sunset by Ben  Cadwallader
  • Gembrook Early Morning by Christine  Wilson Photography
  • Untitled by athex
  • Fiery Blood Moon - Melbourne, Mt Dandenong, Victoria Australia by Ben  Cadwallader
  • The Valley Below by Timo Balk
  • Autumn Afternoon. by Jim Worrall
  • Summertime Garden by Noeline R
  • New Holland Honey-Eater by Tom Newman
  • Afternoon Sun by Greg McMahon
  • Autumnal garden by Greg McMahon
  • Boathouse, Alfred Nicholas Gardens, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia by Michael Boniwell
  • Autumn in Sherbrooke Forest Melbourne Australia by Ronald Rockman

About This Group

The Dandenong Ranges are a set of low mountain ranges, rising to 633 metres at Mount Dandenong, east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

A unique environment, The Dandenongs comprise a mixture of English gardens, rainforest and towering mountain ash. Home to the popular steam heritage railway ‘Puffing Billy’, beautiful forests, mist, wild animals, exotic birds, mist, occasional snow, did I say mist, and people who just love to get back to nature. A photographer’s paradise! At the base of the Dandenongs is Dandenong Ranges National Park most famous for it’s 1000 steps at the Ferntree Gully end.

You can find out more about The Dandenongs, it’s vegetation, heritage, fauna, what’s on and things to do on the Parks Victoria website

This group has been set up for everyone who is inspired by the hills beauty to share their images, poetry or stories

See the group rules and join this group here