Located in the south-eastern region of Australia, the Dandenong Ranges is a popular tourist spot in the state of Victoria. With the extensive majestic hilly ranges, the weather shows variability in climate and temperatures during different seasons.
Whilst the highest temperature can reach up to 40 degrees Celsius in summer (Dec-Feb), the temperature falls below zero during the colder months (June-Aug). Light to moderate snowfalls even occurs during extreme colder seasons.
Dandenong Ranges 7 Day & Tomorrow National Park Weather Forecast
The weather in summer fluctuates but showers are rare. However, the overall weather in the Dandenong Ranges is comparatively cooler than other cities and towns across Victoria, this is due to its height above sea level. However, the weather in summer can be very hot and visitors are reminded to check local bushfire warnings with Parks Victoria before entering any of the national parks. The weather in winter (June-Aug) can be rainy and cold, so bushwalking is not a popular activity during these months.
Visitors planning to visit the region should browse through the local weather reports to have an idea of the overall climate, with early spring and summer the best time to visit Mt Dandenong.
View the very latest Mt Dandenong Weather Forecast report for the next 7 days.