Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre

Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre offers a variety programs, services and activities for fun, fitness and friendship. The centre is also home to the Mornington Peninsula Family History Society and the Frankston South Youth Hangout and consists of a large indoor stadium and a number of multi-purpose rooms for hire.

Contact Details

Location: Map
55 Towherhill Road
Frankston South
P. 03 9293 7122
E. frankstonsouthreccentre@frankston.vic.gov.au
FB: facebook.com/FrankstonSouthCommunityandRecreationCentre

Office Hours

Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm

Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre has many user groups and organisations operating throughout the week.

Highlights Include

  • Agestrong program
  • Book Club
  • Children’s programs ages 0 - 5
  • Craft group
  • Fitness and exercise programs and activities
  • Health and wellbeing programs
  • Social sports program
  • Youth Hangout activities for ages 12 - 18

Winter School Holiday Activities

These action packed and fun filled activities will be delivered for the Winter School Holidays

Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre Holiday Program (2MB)

Tuesday 3 July

  • Dance Space 88 Performing Arts Workshops
    Get creative in this fun-filled workshop. Learn improvisation, create characters and scenarios, incorporate dramatic elements with dance and movement to create and tell stories. No experience required
    Time: 10am -12.30pm           
    Age: 7-12 years

    Cost: $30 per person
    Book Online

  • Dance Space 88 Contemporary Dance for Teenagers         
    Experience contemporary dance techniques, explore your own movement possibilities and learn a choreographed routine. No experience necessary, though some dance knowledge would be helpful.

    Time: 1-2.30pm         
    Age: 12-19 years 

    Cost: $18 per person
    Book Online

  • Prymeball for Seniors and Teens       
    Prymeball is similar to volleyball with catching instead of spiking. Here’s an opportunity to try this engaging activity with your teenagers.

    Time: 1-2.30pm         
    Age: 12-19 years

    Cost: $6.50 per adult. Teenagers free
    Book Online

    Wednesday 4 July

  • Stadium Sports Day
    Play basketball, soccer and badminton in the stadium.  BYO water bottle. Afternoon tea supplied.

    Time: 1-3pm  
    Age: 7-12 years

    Cost: $5 per person
    Book Online

    Wednesday 11 July

  •  The Quit Plastic Poster Challenge with Jenzart              
    Using a range of artistic mediums, this fun but purposeful class will allow kids to design and create posters to support Plastic Free July. With permission, the artworks will be exhibited in the Centre in July. BYO  smock or old shirt. Morning tea supplied.

    Time: 10 am – 12.30pm        
    Age: 10-14 years

    Cost: $15 per person
    Book Online

    Thursday 12 July

  • The Quit Plastic Poster Challenge with Jenzart             
    Using a range of artistic mediums, this fun but purposeful class will allow kids to design and create posters to support Plastic Free July. With permission, the artworks will be exhibited in the Centre in July. BYO smock or old shirt. Morning tea supplied.

    Time: 10 am – 12.30pm        
    Age: 10-14 years

    Cost: $15 per person
    Book Online

    Friday 13 July

  • The Great Frankston South Paper Plane Flying Day 
    Will your paper plane fly the length of our stadium?  Find out this school holidays. No need to bring anything but your best design. Morning tea supplied.

    Time: 9.30am – 11.30am      
    Age: 8-12 years

    Cost: $5 per person
    Book Online

    Terms and Conditions
    Bookings and payments are essential prior to participating in activities.
    Participants must complete the relevant registration form, available online or at the Centre.
    Activities may be altered or cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

Upcoming events

  • Plastic Free July Take Action Day

    Friday 29 June from 1 to 4pm
    Plastic Free July aims to raise awareness of the problems with single-use, disposable plastics.
    On our Take Action Day, you can learn how to:

    - Avoid products in plastic packaging
    - Reduce where possible
    - Refuse plastics that escape as litter
    - Recycle what cannot be avoided

    Come take the challenge with us and make July plastic free!

  • New Knitting Club a Real Purl – er!

    Tuesdays 1pm to 3pm
    The Frankston South Knitting Club begins on 15 May with passionate knitter Leanne here to support beginners and advanced knitters alike.  Come along with your knitting project, enjoy a cuppa and great company.
    Cost: $3

Venue Hire

Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre has a number of rooms available for hire. The Multipurpose Indoor Stadium can be adapted to suit many sports, including volleyball, basketball and badminton. The Relaxation Room is compact and ideal for small intimate groups and is perfect for relaxation classes such as yoga, Pilates and meditation. The Energise Room can cater for dance and exercise classes and includes a red gum dance floor and mirrors; ideal for active style dance classes.

Priority is given to local community groups and not for profit organisations.

Rooms may be hired for meetings, community education, training, cultural programs and exercise and wellbeing classes.  However we are unable to cater for birthday parties and family gatherings.

For further information contact the Centre.

Volunteering  

Volunteers are always welcome at the Centre.

  • Do you have reception and administration skills? 
  • Do you like walking with a group?
  • Would you like to support our Agestrong fitness instructors in our Energise Room?
  • Have you got a special skill or passion you would like to share with others on a regular basis?

Then please contact us for more information.

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