Dandenong North is a quiet suburb 29 kilometers southeast from Melbourne. Like Dandenong to the south, Dandenong North hosts one of the largest immigrant populations in Australia, with residents coming from Bosnia, Afghanistan, Turkey, Albania, China, and Sri Lanka.
Dandenong North has all the necessary amenities for a comfortable suburban lifestlye. It's only a few minutes from the Waverly Gardens, Dandenong Plaza, and Stud Road shopping centers. There are parks, golf courses, and great public and private schools nearby.
The nearest train station is a few kilometers south in Dandenong proper, so most residents here depend on cars and buses get around.
By all accounts, Dandenong North is a neighborhood for those looking for affordable rent, a first home, or an investment opportunity. If you are a young couple or single searching for good rates and a place to live close to Melbourne CBD, Dandenong North could be a great investment for the future.
Dandenong North is bordered on the north by Mulgrave, on the east by Endeavour Hills, on the south by Dandenong, and on the west by Noble Park North.
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