Frankston City has long been Melbourne’s favourite family playground – offering the best beaches, beautiful parks, gardens and playgrounds and, of course, the entry point to the Mornington Peninsula.
First, get a romantic view across Port Philip Bay on top of Oliver’s Hill Lookout. From the look out, the stunning view of the sky, sea and the sunset is really a sight to behold. You can even look across the bay and see the city.
Frankston beckons people outdoors to enjoy parks, gardens, playgrounds and cycle paths, perfect for an afternoon with family and friends. Discover lush botanic gardens and emerald green parks ideal for picnics and playtime with the family and explore wetlands and reserves bursting with flora and fauna as you follow the seemingly endless outdoor trails.
Frankston beach is one of the world’s most unspoilt beaches the sand is kept beautifully clean and the water is shallow and safe enough for the kids to swim.
Frankston Pier is the place for the fishing folk, scuba diving community and weekend visitors taking in the water views. Underneath the pier is a whole other world of colour and movement that beckons all to dive in and explore.
Explore Frankston City’s street art scene by joining Australia’s Best Street Art Walking Tour. It takes you through Frankston’s laneways and street to see how artists are shaping Frankston’s urban identity by creating unique pieces of public art for everyone to enjoy.
The Frankston Arts Centre is a unique premier arts and performance venue providing the ultimate cultural experienc. theatre performances, live music, engaging community programs, exhibitions, creative new media installations and much more are on-show year round.