Keast Park Redevelopment
More improvements coming to this Seaford location
Council has invested $300,000 in the redevelopment of Keast Park. This park is a favourite among residents and visitors and is one of the major entrances to Frankston City, so Council is ensuring it gives a positive first impression.
The redevelopment is designed to enhance the beach experience and offers unique design elements.
New features include:
- Natural space to encourage active and imaginative play including sand pits with giant boulders, rolling timber walkways and a mega-swing
- Timber benches, boardwalks and improved beach access with granite pathways
- Additional barbecue and picnic tables
- New planting with mature trees and indigenous coastal plants
Works are completed the park is open to the public.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322