|Dandenong Ranges National Park|
Ferntree Gully Forest on the Kokoda Track Memorial Walk
|Nearest town or city|
|Established||13 December 1987|
|Area||35.4 km2 (13.7 sq mi)|
|Visitation||over 1,000,000 (in 2010)|
|Managing authorities||Parks Victoria|
|Website||Dandenong Ranges National Park|
|See also||Protected areas of Victoria|
The Dandenong Ranges National Park is a national park located in the Greater Melbourne region of Victoria, Australia. The 35,400-hectare (87,000-acre) national park is situated from 31 kilometres (19 mi) at its westernmost points at Ferntree Gully and Boronia to 45 kilometres (28 mi) at it easternmost point at Silvan, east of the Melbourne City Centre.
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Dandenong Ranges National Park is divided into five sections:
Because the park is located in an urban area, the park has a long history of major problems with feral and roaming animals. A cat curfew was introduced in the entire Dandenong Ranges area some years ago, and since then the numbers and variety of lyrebirds and other native species have climbed dramatically.
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