Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve
Entrance via Jeremy Way, Frankston South. Map
Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve is open 24 hours a day, every day, including weekends and public holidays.
Vehicles will be able to access the carpark via an auto-gate during daylight hours only.
The Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve occupies 98 hectares in Frankston South. Reserved as Crown land this is a significant area of native vegetation and wildlife habitat.
The Reserve supports flora and fauna species which are designated as significant at regional, state and national levels. This includes plant communities and fauna habitat across six ecological vegetation classes (EVCs) of state significance. Similar vegetation classes throughout the state have been lost or seriously depleted so are listed as rare and endangered. More than 100 indigenous mammal, bird, reptile, frog and fish species have been recorded at the Reserve.
There are no toilet or rubbish facilities. Please take your rubbish with you.
- Dogs, cats, horses and motorbikes are not permitted in Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve
Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve is not managed by Frankston City Council.
This Nature Conservation Reserve is managed by Parks Victoria
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