Beach and City Centre Access
Summer Beach Restrictions
The summer beach restrictions for dogs finish on Friday 31 March 2017.
Dogs are permitted on the beach provided they are under the effective control of a chain, cord or leash.
Dogs are not permitted on any beach between the hours of 9.30am and 7.30pm during:
There are NO dog free roam areas on Frankston or Seaford beaches.
Dogs are permitted at other times provided they are under the effective control of a chain, cord or leash.
Owners of dogs must ensure they have a plastic bag or similar item with them to clean up after their dog. Failure to do so can result in an infringement being issued.
Council has a number of designated reserves called Free Roam Areas where dogs can be exercised off-leash, provided they are under effective control of the owner.
Some conditions apply at certain locations so please read local signs. Free Roam Area brochures are available from Council.
Animal Management Officers conduct daily patrols (including weekends and public holidays). Penalities may be issued.
City Centre Dog Access
Dogs are prohibited from Frankston's Central Activities Area (CAA) - view the Dog Ban Area City Centre Map.
Keast Park Horse Beach Access Permits
Council implemented new permit fees and permit conditions at the Keast Park horse beach facility from 1 July 2012.
The new fee structure was implemented in response to concerns raised by the community and internal stakeholders regarding the sustainability of the Keast Park Horse Beach facility and the cost to ratepayers for the ongoing maintenance and cleaning required at this location.
From 1 October 2012, all permits previously issued for the riding of Horses at Keast Park were revoked those wishing to continue use of the Keast park facility for horses need to re-apply along with a applicable fee.
Any person without a valid permit and in breach of the permit conditions may be issued with Penalty Infringement Notices.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
After Hours Contact
1300 322 322 to report emergency matters including dog attacks or threatening animals.
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