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.
55 Towerhill Road
P. 03 9293 7122
Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre has many user groups and organisations operating throughout the week.
Program Brochure - Term 3(PDF, 946KB)
- Frankie's Café
- Pre-accredited hospitality training
- Agestrong program
- Book Club
- Children’s programs ages 0 - 5
- Fitness and exercise programs and activities
- Health and wellbeing programs
- Social sports
- Youth Hangout activities for ages 12 - 18
Frankie's Café is the centres own Cafe serving the community through the provision of delicious coffee and snacks aswell as community training programs.
Our Community Kitchen aims to start in Term 3, serving a delicious low cost, community lunch one day a week. Meals will be prepared by a team of volunteers guided by our hospitality trainer, Justin.
Café Creations(PDF, 3MB) is a 10-week pre-accredited hospitality program that aims to assist young people aged between 15-24yrs, who are not employed or engaged, in education or training. In Term 3 this program is running on Mondays Tuesdays and Wednesdays from Frankie’s Café. This program is supported by the Victorian State Government.
Term 3 13 July – 16 September 2021.
Please contact Justin for more information at Justin.firstname.lastname@example.org or 0436 375 930
Frankie's Cafe - Expression of Interest Form(PDF, 235KB)
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.
Currently we are seeking 3 volunteers to join our Community Kitchen – Register your interest with us (see Frankies Café above).
Other Volunteers are slowly being re-introduced to the centre after the easing of COVID restrictions.
- Do you like reading stories to children?
- Do you have a background in hospitality?
- 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.