The Dandenongs are home to an amazing range of unique, fascinating and downright beautiful places that you should visit while you’re staying at Holly Lodge. Here’s a list we’ve put together for you.
William Ricketts Sanctuary is a breathtaking combination of compelling sculptures and natural beauty and tranquillity.
The observatory provides a panoramic view from the Mornington Peninsula across the waters of Port Phillip Bay.
Australia’s favourite steam train. The railway travels for 25 kilometres through the beautiful forests and fern gullies of the Dandenong Ranges.
Australia’s most acclaimed wildlife sanctuaries dedicated to showcasing Australian wildlife.
It comprises five tree-top obstacle and flying fox courses that weave through the awe-inspiring canopy of Glen Harrow Gardens.
Plaques along the trail depict the lives of the soldiers who fought and died on the real Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea, during World War II.
Host to brilliantly coloured blooms of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, cherries and daffodils.
Delight in the magic of more than half a million tulips in every conceivable colour blooming in the fields.
The gardens are blooming with rhododendrons, azaleas, camelias, kalmias and flowering cherries.