Dingley Village is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 22 km south-east from Melbourne's central business district. Its local government area is the City of Kingston. At the 2016 census, Dingley Village had a population of 10,320.[1]

Dingley was the original name before being renamed to Dingley Village in 1991 [2]

In 1856, Thomas Attenborough bought land in the area and named his house Dingley Grange, after Dingley Hall which exists in Dingley in his native Northamptonshire, England. A farming community developed, relatively remote from either the bayside or Gippsland railway lines, moving into market gardens and poultry to supply metropolitan markets. There was no identifiable centre to the area apart from Christ Church (1873) at the corner of Centre and Old Dandenong Roads, with its attractive architecture and bell tower. The Post Office opened on 21 July 1913.

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