is a town in north east Victoria. The town is located on the Kiewa Valley Highway
, in the Alpine Shire Local Government Areas of Australia
, 329 kilometres from the state capital, Melbourne
. Dederang is located in the Kiewa River
valley. At the 2006 census
, Dederang and the surrounding area had a population of 422.
Dederang Post Office opened on 1 September 1877 and closed in 1977.
The town is a popular trout fishing centre and holds a New Year's Day race meeting as well as the annual gumboot throwing championships.
The town in conjunction with neighbouring township Mount Beauty has an Australian Rules football team Dederang-Mount Beauty competing in the Tallangatta & District Football League.