Dandenong the home of vibrant life and culture for work, life and play
With a total economic output of over $28 billion annually, a population of 145,000 and over 12,500 businesses operating in the local area, Dandenong is open for business.
As one of Australia’s largest manufacturing hubs and the home to global companies such as Amazon, Bunnings Warehouse distribution centre, Ego Pharmaceuticals, Nissan and the $52 million construction of the Australian Tax Office building, Dandenong is seen by many as the only place to do business.
The area is serviced by a network of key arterial roads and motorways linking businesses with ports, airports, suppliers and customers.
With a major rail corridor runs through the municipality and is currently undergoing an upgrade to deliver a capacity boost of up to 42 per cent.
Dandenong is not all business, with the announcement of the 15,000 seat, $170 million stadium to support the region’s bid for Team 11 in the national A-league competition , Dandenong offers an abundance of sporting facilities, shopping centres, restaurants, cafes, greenspace and more.
With exceptional access to public transport and all major motorways to Melbourne CBD, the Mornington Peninsula, Phillip Island and more, there will never be ‘nothing to do’ when visiting or living in Dandenong.
With dozens of high-quality public and private schools in the area, as well as world-class universities families can enjoy a ‘work life balance’ in this vibrant city that supports living, working and playing.