Frankston North Community Centre
Located in the heart of Frankston North, the Centre is a Council run facility with programs and activities that are community led and/or facilitated. We work with agencies, groups and organisations to foster a sense of belonging, curiosity, skills development and health and wellbeing for all.
26 Mahogany Avenue
P. 03 8773 9545
Centre: Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
Community Café: Monday to Thursday from 9am - 1pm
- Children’s activities for ages 0 - 12
- Community Café offering delicious, low cost meals and espresso coffee
- Computer classes for beginners
- Recreation activities including weekly walking group, cooking programs and craft
- School Holiday Program
- Youth Hangout activities for ages 12 - 18
Summer School Holiday Activities
These action packed and fun filled activities will be delivered for the upcoming School Holidays.
Booking: Bookings open 17 December
Book online below:
Alternatively, you can book in person at reception by completing a registration form.
Cost: Low cost or free
Training - The Introduction to Hospitality
Local community members are encouraged to join The Introduction to Hospitality program. The course is for anyone with an interest in hospitality as it develops entry level techniques in food preparation, food and beverage service training and customer service through a hands on learning experience within a well-established community café with professional trainers.
Introduction to Hospitality includes:
- Hygiene and the effective storage of food
- Communication skills and styles
- Time management techniques
- Introduction into food preparation skills and knowledge
- Introduction to recipe and menu design
- Induction into customer service
To find out more, please contact our Engagement Officer on 8773 9546.
Frankston North Community Centre has rooms for hire on a causal or permanent bases including.
- Community Hall
- Computer Room
- Two Meeting rooms
For more information contact the centre.
The centre has a warm, welcoming and friendly volunteering team, it’s a central part of the program. Volunteering helps the local community and the benefits of volunteering are enormous to you too. Let’s see how we can match your skills, talents and interests to build on the great projects and programs run at the centre. Experience has shown the right volunteer role can help you to find friends, reach out and help the community, learn new skills, and even help you on a pathway to new learning and potentially employment.
To get involved please contact our Engagement Officer on 8773 9546.
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