Download the latest Mount Evelyn History Group publication

Mount Evelyn History Group’s latest publication The Dandenong Ranges – Exploring a Volcanic Landscape, is a paper exploring the geology of the Dandenong Ranges, which is often overlooked.

“The Dandenong Ranges dominate the skyline to Melbourne’s east. A shared resource for Aboriginal people for thousands of years, the ranges are famous for their Mountain Ash forests, fern gullies and lyrebirds, the charming villages and gardens. Among so many attractions, one that receives scant attention is their geology. Even heritage listings have little to say about geological significance. Yet the Dandenongs represent an ancient and fascinating volcanic landscape within a compact area.”

It is now available to download for free on their page.