Geography in Melbourne

The city itself remains in an area of elevated backwoods known as the High Country. The city and metropolitan territories of Melbourne likewise ranges along the lower stretches of the Yarra River. Towards eastern Melbourne is the low-lying mountain ranges known as Dandenong Ranges, 35 km east of the city.

The city achieves south-east through Dandenong to the expansion passage of Pakenham towards West Gippsland, and southward through the Dandenong Creek valley, the Mornington Peninsula and the city of Frankston taking in the pinnacles of Olivers Hill, Mount Martha and Arthurs Seat, stretching out along the shores of Port Phillip as a solitary metropolis to achieve the restrictive suburb of Port sea and Point Nepean. 

In the west, it reaches out along the Maribyrnong River and its tributaries north towards Sunbury and the lower regions of the Macedon Ranges, and along the level volcanic plain nation towards Melton in the west, Werribee at the lower regions of the You Yangs rock edge and Geelong as a component of the more prominent metropolitan territory toward the south-west.

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