About Menzies Creek
Menzies Creek is a small township in the Dandenong Ranges located between Emerald and Belgrave. It lies within the Menzies Creek Valley and is one of the most scenic valleys with sloping land and lush pasture, tall Mountain Ash trees and native vegetation with many homes having magnificent views to Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay. The name Menzies Creek comes from James Menzies, an early gold miner on the Emerald diggings during the 1860s. The suburb is known for its well regarded Primary School and the Steiner School.