Location: 260R Cranbourne Road, Frankston
Ballam Park provides a great day out for people of all ages, with two regional playground areas, 30 hectares of open areas and sporting fields including a premier athletics track, AFL, soccer and cricket.
- Barbecues with shaded areas (free - bookings not available)
- Basketball ring
- Dog free roam area.
- Public toilets
- Tennis wall
- Walking track
The Park is also home to Ballam Park Homestead, an historic home and museum from the 1850s run by the Frankston Historical Society.
Ballam Park Dog Agility Park
The Dog Agility Park gives dogs a great way to exercise. They can weave, dodge, climb, balance, crawl and jump over hurdles until their hearts content.
The tennis court sized fully fenced dog park located along the rear fence line of Ballam Park features hurdles of differing heights, jump through hurdles, balance beams, a crawl tunnel, weave poles bridge and sit-stay platforms. There is also a grassed area with picnic facilities, seating and a drink tap with dog bowl.
The new park is an initiative of Council’s Domestic Animal Management Plan adopted in 2017, is made entirely of recycled material from local Carrum Downs business Replas and provides an ideal setting for dogs to socialise with other pets in a safe environment that allows off-leash exercise.
Images of Ballam Park is available in the Image Gallery.
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Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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