Frankston Waterfront Reserve
Location: Frankston Waterfront, Pier Promenade, Frankston
The Frankston Waterfront Reserve (22.7 hectares) stretches along the coastline for five kilometres from Long Island Tennis Club to Kackeraboite Creek at Davey's Bay. Offering areas of significant natural flora and fauna, and a clean family-friendly beach which has won several awards from Keep Australia Beautiful.
Frankston Regional Foreshore Playground
Children of all ages adore the Award-winning Foreshore playground where castles stand tall, tunnels capture the imagination and shaded sand pits provide hours of fun.
Separate toddler-junior and senior-level play equipment is available along with grassy picnic areas for families and friends.
A Liberty Swing is available for children with disabilities.
- All abilities barbecue and picnic tables
- Award-winning Frankston Beach
- Car parking (fees and time limits apply)
- Frankston's Visitor Information Centre
- Indigenous plants
- Kananook Creek boat ramp (permit required)
- Public toilets
- Walking tracks
The Frankston Regional Foreshore Playground upgraded
The works include demolition of existing aged equipment, refurbishment of the iconic ‘Pixie Hats’ (steel cone roofs) and installation of new junior and senior play spaces utilising durable structural materials more resilient to the harsh coastal environment.
Features of the new Frankston Waterfront Playground include:
- Sand play zones
- Swings and slides
- Maintenance of existing trees and foliage
- A diverse range of play activities designed to cater for all levels of play.
Dogs are not allowed on the beach during December, January, February and March between 9:30am and 7:30pm. At all other times they are permitted on the beach provided they are on-leash.
Images of Frankston Waterfront Reserve are available in the Image Gallery.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322