Ballam Park Homestead
Ballam Park Homestead is a two-storey sandstone brick house situated approximately five kilometres from the centre of Frankston City.
280R Cranbourne Road
Frankston 3199 Vic
P. 03 9789 3116
The Tea Rooms are open every Sunday from 1pm – 5pm. Excluding the 5th Sunday of the month.
Guided tours through the house and museum available every Sunday from 12pm – 4pm Excluding the 5th Sunday of the month.
Admission to the grounds of the homestead is free.
Grounds of the Homestead
Free admission to access the Grounds of the Homestead.
Tours of the Homestead
The House (guided tour) Museum, Buggy Shed, Machinery Shed, Resource centre and Tea-rooms.
Adults - $7
Seniors - $6
Children under 14 years - $4
Children under 5 - Free
Family $16 - 2 Adults & 2 children (under 14)
School Group Tours
$4 per child
$6 per teacher/parent
$10 for a school pack
Maximum group size of 40.
Probus and Tour Groups
$7 per person.
Minimum 10 people and bookings on weekdays only.
Ballam Park Homestead is the oldest house in Frankston and was built for one of Victoria's early pioneering families, the Liardets, in 1855. The historic homestead has remained practically unchanged in appearance since it was first constructed using bricks made on site.
The Homestead offers a visitor's museum, cafe and resource centre.
Once described by a leading architect as being "perfectly proportioned", Ballam Park is fine example of a French style farmhouse and is listed on the Historic Buildings Council Register in Victoria and only one of two sites in the Municipality classified by the National Trust and on the register of the National Estate.