Frankston Yacht Club Redevelopment
Construction at the new Frankston Yacht Club is now complete.
The new Yacht Club is a stunning addition to the waterfront precinct, architecturally designed to complement the landscape of the Frankston foreshore and the natural beauty of the bay, boasting a 5 Green Star energy rating, natural timber curve lines, significant decking overlooking the beach and car park facilities.
Council has funded the majority of the $10.7 million project. With thanks to the Australian Government for their contribution of $1.25 million and the Victorian Government which contributed a further $333,020 via the Melbourne Water Living Rivers program.
Council will be going back out to tender to secure an operator to lease the on-site restaurant and café in keeping with the high quality of this facility.
Frankston Yacht Club representative, Commodore Meaghan Densley, said the improved venue means the club will be able to expand the sailing programs on offer to the community.
For more information about the Club, membership expressions of interest, community open days and events, please visit:
More work is underway to further enhance Frankston Waterfront including improvements to the Olivers Hill jetty and boat ramp and forthcoming upgrades to the Frankston Waterfront Playground and adjoining toilets.
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Arial images courteous of Steve Brown.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322