Located at the spectacular Frankston Waterfront, the Frankston Visitor Information Centre provides quality information delivered by friendly and passionate locals with an intrinsic knowledge of the Mornington Peninsula region. They encourage visitors to explore the vibrant, urban waterfront destination in Victoria where arts, nature and cultural experiences connect.
Frankston is strategically placed as the activity centre for the Mornington Peninsula. Within an hour's drive Frankston has long been Melbourne's favourite family playground, offering the best beaches, beautiful parks and gardens, with endless opportunities for having fun.
Getting here is a breeze; Frankston is also only one hour drive from Phillip Island, the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges with access via rail or three motorways.
In this seaside city you can discover soft sand beaches, enjoy stunning sunsets, dine at beachside restaurants or simply take a wander or cycle along the boardwalk.
In over 500 parks and reserves, Frankston boasts a myriad of waking paths, bike tracks, tranquil creeks, flora and fauna reserves and wetlands of international significance.
Frankston is also the home to major events and festivals for the whole family, focusing on food, wine and lifestyle to world-class sporting events.
You can shop till you drop at the Mornington Peninsula's largest shopping centre, or lose yourself in street side boutiques, galleries, shops and markets.
The home of arts and culture on the Peninsula make sure to visit the McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery and Frankston Arts Centre. Admire notable artworks at one of their local galleries, uncover art dotted throughout the city or discover years-gone-by at one of the historic homesteads.
Want to spend longer here? Make your accommodation, tour or event booking through their convenient and secure booking service. Don't forget to stop in and pick up a souvenir from their range of local and Australian made gifts.
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