Dan­de­nong: A Cul­tural Ex­pe­ri­ence

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IN THE CITY OF GREATER DAN­DE­NONG you can en­joy food from over 155 dif­fer­ent na­tion­al­i­ties. Home to the largest di­verse mul­ti­cul­tural com­mu­nity in Vic­to­ria and sec­ond in Australia, you will get to ex­pe­ri­ence traditional food, pre­pared by chefs and cooks alike.

The City of Greater Dan­de­nong pub­lishes a fan­tas­tic pub­li­ca­tion – Great Bites – the Food­ies Guide pro­mot­ing the great eat­ing places on offer in cen­tral Dan­de­nong, Spring­vale and Noble Park. This pub­li­ca­tion has re­cently had ad­di­tional busi­nesses in­cluded. You are en­cour­aged to have a look and use the Guide to re­dis­cover the many fan­tas­tic local food places through­out the area.

Fea­tur­ing over 100 restau­rants and cafes, your choice of op­tions are vast. The Great Bites Guide is only a sam­ple of the won­der­ful food in the area, so ex­plore and see what the City of Greater Dan­de­nong has to offer.

New to com­ple­ment the Great Bites Food­ies Guide is Great Bites Hid­den Gems. This pub­li­ca­tion al­lows you to ex­pe­ri­ence food out­lets off the beaten track. You will be able to discover some of the best kept food se­crets in the small neigh­bour­hood shop­ping cen­tres with Great Bites Hid­den Gems.

To find out more down­load a copy of both pub­li­ca­tions at grea­ter­dan­de­nong.com/visit

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