Kananook Creek Reserve
Location: Between Eel Race Road, Seaford and Overton Road, Frankston
Kananook Creek runs for 7.5 km parallel to the coastline linking Seaford Wetlands to Frankston Foreshore. The creek reserve is home to many indigenous plants and animals and is one of Frankston's most beautiful natural environments, providing a unique and picturesque place for people to commune with nature in the midst of our urban landscape.
Walking track extends the length of the Reserve.
Canoe launching sites to access the Creek are located at Riviera Street, Broughton Street Reserve and near McCulloch Avenue.
Cats are prohibited in Kananook Creek Reserve.
Dogs are allowed to enter provided they are on a lead and must remain on constructed pathways at all times.
- Indigenous plants
- Informal tracks
- Native Animals
- On lead dog walking
- Park benches
- Picnic tables
- Walking tracks
Images of Kananook Creek Reserve is available in the Image Gallery.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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