Ballam Park

Location: 260R Cranbourne Road, Frankston 
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Ballam Park provides a great day out for people of all ages, with two regional playground areas, 30 hectares of open areas and sporting fields including a premier athletics track, AFL, soccer and cricket.

Highlights Include

  • Barbecues with shaded areas (free - bookings not available)
  • Basketball ring
  • Dog free roam area.
  • Public toilets
  • Tennis wall 
  • Walking track

The Park is also home to Ballam Park Homestead, an historic home and museum from the 1850s run by the Frankston Historical Society.

Soft Fall Matting Replacement

The contractor undertaking the Ballam Park playground redevelopment will be replacing the soft fall matting that will ensure its long-term durability for families to enjoy a safe play environment for years to come.

Works will be completed in stages, allowing families to continue using the playground throughout the school holidays and the duration of the works, commencing the week of 9 October and will take approximately six weeks to complete, weather permitting.

Ballam Park continues to remain a great location for families and friends to come together, with many already enjoying the exciting new play experiences on offer at Ballam Park. The playground offers opportunities for children of all ages to make new friends as they explore, learn and develop in a fun and shared environment.

Images of Ballam Park is available in the Image Gallery.

Barbecue Picnic Tables Park Bench Toilets General Sports Area Playground Equipment Shelter Off Leash Dog Area Parking Dog Friendly on Leash

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    Frankston City Council
    30 Davey Street
    Frankston 3199
    P. 1300 322 322
    E. info@frankston.vic.gov.au

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