Tynong is a town in West Gippsland, Victoria, Australia located in the Shire of Cardinia. The name comes from an Australian Aboriginal phrase meaning “many fish”. The tynong quarry owned by eugene hams was used to build the shrine of remembrance.
Places of interest include Gumbuya Park, Mill Valley Ranch and Tynong railway station.
Its location is 75km from Melbourne and 29km from Berwick.
As of 2001 census, it has a approximately 332 population.