State Highway (Lower Dandenong/Cheltenham)

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State Highway
(Lower Dandenong/Cheltenham)

Foster Street / Cheltenham Road / Lower Dandenong Road
General information
Type Road
Length 18 km (11 mi)
Route number(s) State Route 10
Major junctions
East end Lonsdale Street (Princes Highway) (Alternate National Route 1 / State Route 9), Dandenong
  • Hammond Road
  • Bennet Street
  • EastLink (M3)
  • Chandler Road
  • Perry Road
  • Corrigan Road
  • Springvale Road (State Route 40)
  • Centre Dandenong Road
  • Boundary Road (State Route 23)
West end Nepean Highway (State Route 3), Mentone
Major suburbs Keysborough, Dingley Village, Braeside, Parkdale

State Highway (Lower Dandenong/Cheltenham) is an 18 km stretch of continuous road in the southeastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. VicRoads classifies it as an arterial road, and identifies it as road number 6050.[1] It is allocated the road route State Route 10 for its entire length.[2]

Route description[edit]

State Highway (Lower Dandenong/Cheltenham) runs from Dandenong to Mentone, however the various other street names are used along its entire length:[1]

  • Foster Street (within Dandenong)
  • Cheltenham Road (from Dandenong to Keysborough)
  • Lower Dandenong Road (from Dingley Village to Mentone)

State Route 10 continues west to Black Rock, past the State Highway (Lower Dandenong/Cheltenham)'s western terminus at Nepean Highway, via a short section of Nepean Highway and the entire length of Balcombe Road.[2]

See also[edit]

Australia road sign W5-29.svg Australian Roads portal List of Melbourne highways


  1. ^ a b VicRoads (October 2009). "Register of Public Roads (PART A)" (PDF). Government of Victoria. p. 872. Retrieved 19 April 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Melway Greater Melbourne Street Directory (Map). Ausway. pp. 87–90.  Retrieved 19 April 2014 from