Arts and Culture Online Maps
If you’re after first class arts and cultural experiences, go no further than Frankston City. Discover a large and eclectic collection of street art, sculptures, and historic landmarks, all of which are dotted throughout the city’s gardens, waterfront precinct, art galleries, theatres and the city centre.
Along Frankston City’s coastline you can discover life-sized sculptures or walk the city streets to see some of the largest walls transformed in to art from headline street artists.
History buffs and inquisitive visitors alike will love Frankston City’s fascinating heritage. Amongst others, two significant historic homesteads, the 1855 French Style Homestead ‘Ballam Park’ and 1920’s American Colonial mansion ‘Mulberry Hill’ reveal the intriguing past of this wonderful region.
In addition to a robust calendar of festival and events, Frankston City’s arts and culture will captivate and inspire all ages.
Frankston City’s arts and cultural experiences are now more accessible than ever, click or search your way through the links below to discover the locations, imagery and details about each piece. iPhone users: Please download Google Maps via your app store before using the Enjoy Arts and Culture online initiative maps.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
Page last updated: 6 August 2019