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Published on 24 June 2021
Two stunning photographic exhibitions are on display as part of ‘This Time, Last Year’ – Frankston City’s multidisciplinary art exhibition.
Published on 23 June 2021
Ten sporting and recreation clubs in Frankston City are now taking part in a wellbeing program that is expected to foster greater inclusivity and improve mental health.
The much loved cultural heart of Frankston City – the Frankston Arts Centre – is back open.
26 June 2021
You're all-access pass to have your questions answered from all levels of government
29 June 2021
Peninsula Waves are running their super successful all day school holiday clinics for all ages! But this school holidays we have added our ‘TRAIN LIKE A WAVE’ 3 hour clinics for ages 11-17yo.
Experience the fun of Hot Arts for Cool Kids as we transform Cube 37 into a giant art room full of interactive art activities using recycled materials. Perfect for kids aged 4-12 years!
Frankston City Council
PO Box 490
Tel: 1300 322 322
Frankston Youth Services
PARC - Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre
Frankston Arts Centre
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Frankston City Council respectfully acknowledges the traditional owners, the Bunurong people, as the custodians of this land. We pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past and present, who have resided in the area and have been an integral part of the history of the region.