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Dandenong Ranges Suburb – Sherbrooke

Sherbrooke attractions are a favourite among nature lovers. This quaint gem is home to many outdoor attractions that are best enjoyed in good weather.

Bring along your family and friends to your trip in Sherbrooke.

Sherbrooke Attractions, Things To Do & See, Tourist Places to Visit, VIC




The most famous of these is the Dandenong Ranges National Park, a stunning reserve home to a variety of flora and fauna. The park is divided into five major sections: Ferntree Gully, Dongalla Forest, Olinda Forest, Sherbrooke Forest, and the Mt Evelyn Forest. Wear comfortable walking shoes to make the most out of your visit.

Sherbrooke Falls is one of the nicest waterfalls in the Dandenong Ranges. It’s a popular weekend destination for visitors and resident families, which isn’t a surprise considering how convenient it is to get here and enjoy the scenery. The walking trail is a great way to get some exercise in as you are greeted by some of the world’s tallest flowering trees, lush ferns, and grasslands. If you have some time, relax by picnicking at the O’Donohue Picnic Ground – not far from the Sherbrooke Lodge Road.

The Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens is favourite among nature lovers visiting Sherbrooke. Some of the stunning plants you’ll find here include Mountain Ash trees, shrubs, and vibrant flowers. It’s also home to a tranquil lake where you can enjoy a picnic and relax with loved ones. The best time to visit the Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens is in the spring when the flowers come alive with colour.

The George Tindale Memorial Gardens is a public park that is home to some stunning rare, native flowers. What makes these gardens unique is that its acidic soil is abundant in minerals, making it easy for rare plants to thrive without the need for fertilisers. Some of the magnificent flowers you’ll find here include magnolias, fuchsias, camellias, azaleas, and much more.

Sherbrooke attractions are ideal for visitors who want to relax and sightsee with a leisurely pace. If you wish to unwind, we recommend checking out these sights.



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Dandenong Ranges National Park

Belgrave, VIC

In response to advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, Parks Victoria has decided to close high visitation sites with a typical attendance of over 500 people. This includes the 1000 Steps, Ferntree Gully Picnic...

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Sherbrooke Falls

Sherbrooke Falls

Sherbrooke, VIC

As directed by the Chief Health Officer – all campgrounds, playgrounds, BBQ facilities, water drinking fountains, picnic shelters and tables, rotundas, toilets and viewing platforms are closed until further notice...

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Sherbrooke Forest

Sherbrooke Forest

Sherbrooke, VIC

As directed by the Chief Health Officer – all campgrounds, playgrounds, BBQ facilities, water drinking fountains, picnic shelters and tables, rotundas, toilets and viewing platforms are closed until further notice...

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Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens

Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens

Sherbrooke, VIC

As directed by the Chief Health Officer – all campgrounds, playgrounds, BBQ facilities, water drinking fountains, picnic shelters and tables, rotundas, toilets and viewing platforms are closed until further notice...

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Sherbrooke Picnic Ground

Sherbrooke Picnic Ground

Sherbrooke, VIC

As directed by the Chief Health Officer – all campgrounds, playgrounds, BBQ facilities, water drinking fountains, picnic shelters and tables, rotundas, toilets and viewing platforms are closed until further notice...

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George Tindale Memorial Gardens

George Tindale Memorial Gardens

Sherbrooke, VIC

As directed by the Chief Health Officer – all campgrounds, playgrounds, BBQ facilities, water drinking fountains, picnic shelters and tables, rotundas, toilets and viewing platforms are closed until further notice...

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Sherbrooke Art Gallery

Sherbrooke Art Gallery

Belgrave, VIC

Sherbrooke Art Gallery has a range of ever-changing artworks on display which are also available for sale to the general public. Managed by the Sherbrooke Art Society which was established in 1966, the gallery has grown...

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O’donohue Picnic Ground

O’Donohue Picnic Ground

Sherbrooke, VIC

As directed by the Chief Health Officer – all campgrounds, playgrounds, BBQ facilities, water drinking fountains, picnic shelters and tables, rotundas, toilets and viewing platforms are closed until further notice...

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Burnham Beeches

Burnham Beeches

Sherbrooke, VIC

Burnham Beeches is a legendary mansion tucked away in Sherbooke, about 40 minutes away from the Melbourne CBD. The exquisite mansion is in Art-Deco style, a type of architecture that emerged in the 1930s and has been...

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Marybrooke Manor

Marybrooke Manor

Sherbrooke, VIC

Marybrooke Manor is a resplendent guest house and wedding venue located at the edge of the idyllic Sherbrooke forest. It is one of the most amazing wedding destinations in the Dandenong Ranges and it has protected...

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The Piggery Cafe

The Piggery Cafe

Sherbrooke, VIC

The Piggery cafe is an idyllic eatery located in Burnham Beeches, one of the region’s most spectacular mansions. Unsurprisingly, the cafe’s name was inspired by the fact that it is housed in what was once a...

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