Party In The Park 2017

Date: Tuesday 4 April 2017
Times: 9.30am - 2pm
Cost: FREE
Location: Cruden Farm, Langwarrin
Entry via Cranhaven Road

Join us for a free fun day out for all the family at Party in the Park, with exciting activities for the kids including sports, face painting, animal farms and live interactive stage performances. BYO Picnic or treat yourself to the community BBQ's and visit the stalls for more activities and information on local children's services.

  • Mini sports
  • Face painting
  • Animal farm
  • Interactive stage shows
  • Information on local children's services

Party in the Park Map 2017

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  • 9.35am  Hey Dee Ho
  • 10am Dino the Dinosaur
  • 10.10am Charlie Brown
  • 10.30am Dynamite Dance
  • 11am Charlie Silly Pants
  • 11.30am Seussical
  • 12pm Dino the Dinosaur
  • 12.10pm BAM Allstars
  • 12.30pm Dynamite Dance
  • 1pm Seussical
  • 1.30pm Dino the Dinosaur
  • 1.40pm Charlie Brown

Please note

  • Children must be supervised by an adult/guardian at all times.
  • Event may be cancelled due to bad weather.
  • Party in the Park is a non smoking and pet free event.

Accessible event 

Party in the Park 2017 is an accessible event and features.

  • Accessible unisex toilet
  • Pram and wheelchair accessible pathways
  • Accessible parking, closest to the main entry of the event
  • Accessible by Public Transport

Public Transport

Catch Frankston line train to Frankston Station. From Frankston Station contact with the either bus route 789, 790 and 791 to Cruden Farm. Alternatively, catch a taxi or Uber from the train station (approx. 5km).

Visit the Public Transport Victoria website to plan your journey.

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Contact Us

If you have any questions in regard to this process or generic event assistance and advice, please contact the Major Events unit at Frankston City Council.

Major Events
Frankston City Council
PO Box 490
Frankston 3199
P. 1300 322 322

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