Dandenong Plaza, Dandenong
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Dandenong Plaza is a major-regional shopping centre located in the heart of Dandenong built adjoining Myer Dandenong in 1989. Myer originally opened in Dandenong on November 4, 1974 as a four-level, standalone department store. It is approximately 30 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne CBD. The centre has two large food courts (one outside Target on level 1 and another outside Reading Cinemas on level 2). Level 3 has a large Fresh Food Hall outside Coles supermarket. Dandenong Plaza is in close proximity to the Dandenong Market and also Dandenong Hub.Wikipedia
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Check out detailed information of Dandenong Plaza which resides in the Dandenong. Although listed here, Dandenong Plaza is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Dandenong.
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I've been going to s+s cuts for about 8months now and fine the service to be excellent. The ladies are always welcoming and smiles. They do men's and women's haircut with good price 😊😊
One of my favorite shopping malls. I find it a good size not to small not to big. It has a good food court , movie theater , Kmart , Coles and Woolworth and plenty of parking
This Plaza is like a United Nation. You can see a lot of retired Middle Easternian, Chinese & Indian here. The Roasted Pork with Gravy at Ground Floor Sandwich Kiosk is a must try food here.
The pits. Only go if I have to. Best fruit and vegetables place ever, though.
This centre saved us so much time wandering the streets! We travel to Dandenong for Indian, Chinese and Middle Eastern Grocery shops that are spread apart as well as cheap items at the sporadically open Dandenong Market and we found that besides having great department stores, clothing shops and discount stores (2 dollar style) there are various continental grocers here that match the ones spread out around the town for range of stock at almost the same low prices. The convenience factor was well worth the slight price bump and we will be coming again soon.