Sport and recreation clubs

Staying fit, healthy and active can have a beneficial effect on our sense of physical and mental wellbeing. Frankston City boasts a vast range of sporting clubs and opportunities for recreation, you can explore these below. 

All Abilities

All Abilities Frankston City and the surrounding area offers a variety of All Abilities Sport programs - For more information please call AAA Play on 1800 222 842.

  • Fitness and Wrestling
    3 Donald Avenue
    P. 0447 537 361
  • Football
    Home Ground and Training
    Kananook Oval
    Kirkwood Ave
    P. 0424184552

  • Frankston Pines SFC
    Monterey Blvd
    Frankston North
    P. 0434 578 510
  • Indoor Cricket
    Frankston Indoor Sports
    81 Hartnett Drive
    P. 03 9786 0466
  • Indoor Soccer
    Frankston Indoor Sports
    81 Hartnett Drive
    P. 03 9792 3588
  • Lawn Bowls
    Long Island Country Club Bowling Club
    P. 03 9792 3588
  • Skye Cricket Club
    Skye Reserve
    555 Ballarto Road
    Skye  ‎
    P. 03 9770 7177

  • Table Tennis
    Mornington Peninsula & Frankston City Table Tennis Association
    350 Dunns Road, Mornington
    P. 5975 7168


Access for All Abilities

The Access for All Abilities – First Point of Call Service connects people with a disability in Victoria to sports and recreation opportunities, acting as an ‘opportunity broker’ or ‘front door’ for people needing assistance in finding the right fit for them or simply seeking information on available sports and recreation options.


Local Reclink activities:

  • Walking Netball with Local Reclink activities:
  • Walking Netball with Frankston District Netball Association
  • Reclink AFL Frankston Dolphins
  • Basketball with Frankston Blues Frankston Basketball Stadium
  • Ten Pin Bowling  Zone Bowling, Frankston
  • Walking groups and games, Beauty Park , Frankston Frankston District Netball Association
  • Reclink AFL Frankston Dolphins
  • Basketball with Frankston Blues Frankston Basketball Stadium
  • Ten Pin Bowling  Zone Bowling, Frankston
  • Walking groups and games, Beauty Park , Frankston 


archery Frankston City is home to the Frankston Archery Club.  

Frankston Archery Club is a target archery club that caters to all levels of archers from beginners to the more advanced competitor.  

Baxter Park
Access via Frankston-Flinders Road
Frankston South 3199


athletics Frankston City has a number of Athletics clubs throughout the municipality; catering to junior and senior athletes. The junior clubs are part of the Victorian Little Athletics Association, and the senior clubs are part of Athletics Victoria.

Ballam Park Athletic Track is the home of Athletics in Frankston City, a track resurface was completed in March 2015.  

Its facilities include an all weather synthetic track with electronic timing and lighting for twilight meetings, and throwing and jumping facilities, equipment and implements used for track and field events. 

Ballam Park Athletic Facility is available for hire, and equipment is also available at reasonable rates. For more information visit Ballam Park Athletics Facility or call 0417 577 019. 

Athletics Clubs and Venues

Australian Rules Football

football.jpg Frankston City has a large range of recreation facilities that are used in winter by our 17 Aussie Rules Football clubs. The municipality has 7 junior clubs, 9 senior clubs, 7 Auskick programs and a VFL team. The senior clubs compete in the MPNFL (Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League) and the junior clubs compete in the FDJFL (Frankston and District Junior Football League). The Local clubs cater for all age groups, starting with Auskick for primary school aged children to learn the basic skills of Football before playing junior Football competitively. Most junior clubs cater for children aged 9 to 18 and the senior clubs for anyone over the age of 18.

Frankston Football Club is the municipality's VFL side and has been competing in the Victorian Football League since 1966. FFC's home ground is located at the beautiful Frankston Park.

Australian Rules Clubs and home venues

  • Carrum Downs Junior Football Club at Wedge Road Recreation Reserve
  • Frankston Bombers Football Club at Baxter Park
  • Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club at Overport Park
  • Frankston Football Club (VFL) at Frankston Park
  • Frankston Rovers Junior Football Club at Bruce Park
  • Frankston Rovers Auskick at Bruce Park
  • Frankston Tigersharks Football Club at Eric Bell Reserve
  • Frankston Tigersharks Football Club at Jubilee Park
  • Frankston YCW Football Club at Kananook Reserve
  • Jubilee Park Auskick at Jubilee Park
  • Karingal Auskick at Ballam Multi Purpose Oval
  • Karingal Bulls Junior Football Club at Ballam Park East
  • Langwarrin Auskick at Lloyd Park
  • Langwarrin Football Club at Lloyd Park
  • Langwarrin Junior Football Club at Lloyd Park
  • Pines Auskick at Pat Rollo Reserve
  • Pines Football Club at Eric Bell Reserve
  • Pines Junior Football Club at Pat Rollo Reserve
  • Seaford Auskick at Belvedere Reserve
  • Seaford Football Netball Club at Seaford (RF Miles) Reserve
  • Seaford Junior Football Club at Belvedere Reserve
  • Skye Football Club at Carrum Downs Recreational Reserve



Mornington Peninsula Badminton Inc.

Social Badminton

Courts available to play with friends and family or join in with other players. Loan racquet available.  

Tuesday 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Thursdays 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Saturday 4 – 6pm
Call: Ben 0412 150 514

Ladies Competition Badminton

Thursday 9.30am-12.30pm
For women of all ages playing at an intermediate level. Team selection required.
Call: Araminta 0412 015 764

Mixed Competition Badminton

Tuesday 7.30pm - 10:00pm
A friendly and social mixed competition to test and improve your game against a variety of players. Teams are formed to match abilities with two seasons running during the year, with trophies presented to competition winners and runners up each season.
Call: Ben 0412 150 514

Junior Group Coaching

Thursday 6:00 - 7:30pm
Saturday 12pm - 1:30pm
Saturday 2pm - 3:30pm
Beginners welcome, have fun while you’re learning the basic skills of badminton, as you progress you’ll learn game skills and scoring. Loan racquet available.
Call: Ben 0412 150 514

More Information visit 


Baseball Frankston City is home to Frankston Baseball Club. These clubs are affiliated with Baseball Victoria. The home of Baseball in Frankston is the newly developed Robinsons Road Reserve. The Baseball season runs over the winter period, from 1 April until 30 September.

Baseball Clubs and Venues


langwarrin_bmx_track.jpg Frankston City Council has two excellent BMX Tracks.

BMX Club and Venues

  • Frankston BMX Club
    101 Old Wells Rd
    Fitted with lighting, this outstanding facility features terrific racing and jumping conditions. Frankston Sharks BMX Club have riders ranging from 4 years to over 60 while.
  • Langwarrin Pump Track
    Lloyd Park
    Cranbourne/Frankston Road
    The track consists of heavily compacted dirt mounds along a path that weaves around existing trees and will cater for the most junior riders right through to more skilled riders. 


canoeing_1.jpg Canoes and kayaks are fantastic ways to enjoy the outdoors. Frankston is the home Kananook Creek, a celebrated canoeing haven.

Canoeing Club and Venue

  • Kananook Creek Canoe Club - Kananook Creek



Cricket Ball Frankston City has a large range of sporting facilities dedicated to cricket during the summer months. There are several cricket clubs within the municipality with the majority competing in the Mornington Peninsula Cricket Association. Local clubs are situated in all sections of the city and cater to participants from 'Milo In 2 Cricket' and Under 11 age groups through to Open Age.

Cricket Clubs and Venues



Croquet Frankston Croquet Club is one of the older clubs in Melbourne. It has three "A" lawns and a large, well equipped Club House.

Frankston Croquet Club

Corner Spring and Nolan Streets

Visitors are very welcome, whether from another club or those who are new to the game. All equipment is supplied - just wear flat soled shoes and casual clothing.


Dog Obedience

dogs Frankston City is home to the Frankston Dog Obedience Club.

The Frankston Dog Obedience Club welcomes new members of all breeds every Saturday. There are puppy, beginner and advanced classes available.

  • McClelland Reserve
    3/117R McClelland Drive
    Frankston North


golf.jpg Frankston City is well known for its world-class golf courses.

Whether you are enjoying golf for the first time or you're a seasoned player, Frankston has several challenging courses available.

Council owns and operates the Centenary Park Golf Course.

Golf Clubs and Venues

Centenary Park Public Golf Course
Centenary Park Drive, off McClelland Drive, Frankston
Open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk except Christmas Day
Contact Golf Shop: 03 9789 1480

Centenary Park Golf Club 
Centenary Park Drive, off McClelland Drive

The National Golf Club - Long Island
Golf Links Road

Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club
Skye Road

Sandhurst Club
75 Sandhurst Boulevard


hockey.jpg Hockey is a great team sport and a great way to get fit and have fun. Frankston has three clubs suitable for all levels and ages. 

All three hockey groups play out of the Hockey Facility at Monash University Peninsula Campus

Hockey Clubs and Venues

  • Frankston Hockey Club (Stingrays)
  • Mornington Peninsula Hockey Club (Falcons)
  • Peninsula Women's Hockey Association

Lawn Balls

lawn bowls

Frankston City is home to a number of bowling clubs, which have both social and competitive bowling teams. Some clubs hold coaching sessions for all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned players.

Lawn Bowls Clubs and Venue

  • Baxter Village Bowls Club - Robinsons Road, Frankston South  
  • Carrum Bowling Club - Keast Park, Seaford  
  • City of Frankston Bowling Club - Yuille Street, Frankston  
  • Karingal Bowling Club - Skye Road, Frankston  
  • Belvedere Bowls Club Inc. - Corner East Road and Ti-Tree Crescent, Seaford  
  • Yamala Park Bowling Club - Dunstan Street, Frankston South

Life Saving

lifesaving.jpg Frankston City has two life saving clubs offering beach or water sport competition, patrolling, volunteer life savers, resuscitation and first aid classes, summer fun getting fit with friends, paddle on surf craft, boards, skis, drive or crew a rescue boat, row with surfboat teams, operate radio communications and participate in Nippers (5 -13 year olds).

Lifesaving Clubs and Venues

Model Aircraft

model_aircraft.jpg Frankston City has its own control line model aircraft club.

Control Line Aircraft Modellers of Frankston focuses on control line model aircraft.

  • Control Line Aircraft Modellers of Frankston
    103R Old Wells Road


motorcycles Frankston Motorcycle Park on Old Wells Road is currently closed until further notice. 

Motorcycle Clubs and Venues

  • Frankston City Motorcycle Park 
    Old Wells Road


netball.jpg The Frankston and District Netball Association (FDNA) is one of the largest associations in Victoria drawing players from all over the Mornington Peninsula. The FDNA based at Jubilee Park Netball Stadium, has full-time staff who are devoted to the efficient running of the organisation and to the development of its umpires, coaches, junior teams and arranging financial assistance. The FDNA were one of ten clubs in Victoria to receive a license to compete in the Victorian Netball League, providing a fantastic opportunity for netballers in the municipality.

Jubilee Park outdoor netball courts:

  • 13 synpave acrylic surface courts  
  • Courtside shelters  
  • Major lighting upgrade covering 10 courts  
  • Improved access 

The courts comply with Netball Victoria guidelines and allows for FDNA to host state and national tournaments.

FDNA welcomes new players. To learn more, phone: 9776 5155

Netball Clubs and Venues

  • Frankston and District Netball Association - Jubilee Park
  • Bruce Park Netball Club - Jubillee Park  
  • Frankston YCW Netball Club - Jubilee Park
  • Karingal Netball Club - Jubilee Park
  • Langwarrin Netball Club - Jubilee Park


pigeon Frankston City is home to the Frankston Homing Pigeon Club.

Frankston Homing Pigeon Club is a small club welcoming of people of all ages and abilities.

  • Jubilee Park
    1/32R Nursery Avenue

More information

Please email

Roller Derby

roller_derby.jpg So what is roller derby? A game played between two teams, each with five players in a lineup at one time on the track. Each lineup is made up of one pivot, three blockers, and a jammer. The pivot is recognized by her striped helmet cover, the jammer wears a helmet cover emblazoned with a star on each side, and the blockers have no helmet covers at all (but their helmets often have a plethora of stickers). Each game is 60 minutes, made of two 30-minute periods that are further broken down into two minute jams. Each jam is a race to see which jammer can score the most points. The jammer earns a point for every member of the opposing team she passes.

Roller Derby Club and Venue

  • Mornington Peninsula Roller Derby Club - McClelland College, 31 Belar Avenue, Frankston
  • South Sea Roller Derby - SK8 House, Carrum Downs and Springers Leisure Centre, Keysborough


Rugby League

rugby_league.jpg Frankston City is home to the Frankston Raiders Rugby League Club.

Frankston Raiders Rugby League Club is a new club located in Frankston. The club has junior and female teams and are looking for new players to join this exciting and young club.

  • Peninsula Reserve
    Frank Street

More Information

Please email or visit our website

Rugby Union

rugby_union.jpg Frankston City is home to the Southern Districts Rugby Club.

The Southern Districts Rugby Club is rugby union club proudly affiliated with the Cerberus Rugby Union Club in the Senior Rugby. The club welcomes new junior and senior players.

  • Riviera Reserve
    52R Eel Race Road
    Seaford 3198



frankston_yacht_club_and_car_park.jpg The new venue for the Frankston Yacht Club will enable them to expand sailing programs offered to the community.

New members are welcome. 

The sailing season opening event is usually held in October each year.

Scout Clubs and Girl Guides

scout_clubs.jpg Frankston City is home to a number of Scout Clubs suitable for a range of ages. For more information please visit Scout Australia website.

Scout Clubs

Carrum Downs

  • 1st Carrum Downs
    Reserve, Wedge Road


  • Baden Powell Park
    Humphries Road
  • 1st Ballam Park
    260R Cranbourne Road
  • 4th Frankston (Special Needs)
    Nursery Ave

Frankston North

  • 1st North Frankston
    Bursaria Crescent

Frankston South

  • 1st South Frankston
    1 Bentley Place


  • 1st Ballam Park


  •  1st Langwarrin
    Cranbourne-Frankston Road


  • 1st Seaford
    Lot 7, Chapman St

Girl Guides

Carrum Downs

  • Carrum Downs Girl Guides
    Lyrebird Community Centre
    203 - 205 Lyrebird Drive


  • Overport Girl Guides 6-12yrs
    27 Overport Road
    Delacombe Park
  • Langwarrin Senior Guides 10-15yrs
    Frankston Redback Ranger Guides 13yrs+
    Langwarrin Junior Guides 7-10yrs
    Langwarrin Gumnut Guides 5-7.5yrs
    Langwarrin Guide Hall
    209 Warrandyte Road


  • 2nd Seaford Co 10-15yrs
    1st Seaford Brownies 7-11yrs
    Adventure Guides Southern Region
    Seaford Guide Hall
    Cnr Seaford Road and Prince Crescent

Skateboard and Rollerblade

skateboard_and_rollerblade.jpg Frankston has a number of skateboarding, rollerblading, BMX and scooter facilities across the municipality. Frankston Skate Park was opened in 2006 and is regarded as one of the best skate parks in Australia.

Frankston Skate Park is managed by YMCA

Skateboard and Rollerblade Clubs and Venues

  • Frankston Skate Park
    Samuel Sherlock Reserve
    Cranbourne Road
  • Lloyd Park Skate Ramp 
    Cranbourne/Frankston Road
  • Sandfield Drive Reserve
    Sandfield Drive
    Carrum Downs
  • Seaford North Skate Park
    Railway Parade
  • The Pines Skate Park
    Monterey Reserve
    Monterey Boulevard
    North Frankston


soccer.jpg Frankston City has several Soccer club's including both junior and senior clubs. The junior teams compete in FFV (Football Federation Victoria) Junior South-East Competition and the senior men's teams compete in the FFV Men's State and Provisional League's. The senior women's teams compete in the FFV Metropolitan and State League's. Some clubs also have teams that participate in the Bayside League.

The Soccer clubs in Frankston City cater for people of all ages, with the youngest teams starting from under 6's all the way to open age teams. Frankston City has both Men's and Women's sides competing in state leagues.

For more information about Soccer in Victoria please go to the Football Federation Victoria website.

Soccer Clubs and Venues

  • Baxter Soccer Club - Baxter Park
  • Frankston Peninsula Strikers Soccer Club - Centenary Park
  • Frankston Pines Soccer Club - Monterey Reserve
  • Langwarrin Soccer Club - Lawton Reserve
  • Peninsula Strikers Junior Soccer Club - Ballam Park South
  • Seaford United Soccer Club - North Seaford Reserve
  • Skye United Soccer Club - Skye Recreational Reserve
  • Southern United Soccer Club - Monterey Reserve’


Soft Ball

softball.jpg Frankston Softball Association began in 1977 with teams playing at Ballam Park and Baxter Park.  They are location at Robinson`s Park.

Frankston Softball Association -  Robinson's Park

  • Mixed Under 12`s
  • Under 15 girls
  • Under 15 boys
  • Under 17 girls
  • Open Women
  • Open Men



swimming.jpg Frankston City Council has an indoor facility at Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre (PARC), and an outdoor facility at Pines Forest Aquatic Centre (opened in the warmer months).

  • Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre - 16N Cranbourne Road, Frankston
  • Pines Forest Aquatic Centre - Forest Drive, Frankston North 



Frankston City is home to 12 Tennis clubs. The clubs are part of the Peninsula Tennis Association which runs through Tennis Victoria. Throughout the Tennis clubs in Frankston City you will find different court surfaces to cater for all standards. Frankston City Council is pro-active when dealing with drought conditions, including the introduction of the Tennis Magnesium program and the conversion of en-tout-cas courts to synthetic surfaces.

The Tennis clubs within the municipality cater for people of all ages and skill levels. Some clubs have coaching programs available and they cater for children ages five to seven, juniors, ladies, adults and veterans of all standards.

Tennis Clubs and Venues




triathlon.jpg For those wanting to swim, ride and run across the Peninsula.

triathlon is a multiple-stage competition involving the completion of three continuous activities. The most popular form involves swimming, cycling, and running in immediate succession over various distances.

The Mornington Peninsula Triathlon Club (MPTC)
MPTC Clubrooms
Williams Road
Frankston 3199

P. 0430339921



walking.jpg Frankston City has several walking clubs that cater for all needs. The clubs vary in the difficulty of the walking they do, allowing everyone to choose an option that suits their ability levels.

Walking Clubs

Centro Karingal Health Walks, Karingal
 03 9789 1192
Centro Karingal Health Walks are run by Peninsula Health and the Mornington Peninsula GP Network. Walks are conducted indoors, outside of centre trading hours.

Casual Walking Group, Carrum Downs
 03 9782 0133
Enjoy a leisurely walk with other friendly people in the community

Dog Walking Group, Baxter Park
 03 9789 8475
Take your best friend for a walk through the park for one hour, followed by tea and coffee. Dogs must be well socialised and non-aggressive.

U3A Bush Walking
 03 9770 1042
Enjoy a longer walk, 10-12km range, with a warm friendly atmosphere. Please BYO lunch and water. Moderate fitness is required.

U3A Rambling All Over
 03 9785 7896
Gentle, easy chat, tempo taking in walking paths all over Melbourne. Bring a packed lunch, water and hat to enjoy walks of 4-6km.


  • Peninsula Sharks Gridiron Club

    Victoria Park,
    Williams St, Frankston 3199