Boat Ramp Parking Permits
These permits are used for parking recreational trailers associated with the Olivers Hill and Kananook Creek boat launching facilities.
They run on a set 12 monthly schedule from 1 November to 31 October each year, with 12 or 36 month permit options available.
The 2018/2019 fees and charges for Boat Ramp Parking Permits are as follows
- $95 for 1 year for Ratepayers or Residents permit
- $230 for 3 year for Ratepayers or Residents permit
- $170 for 1 year for Non Residents
- $15 for Replacement Permits
- $15 Daily ticket (casual) - Cash or card accepted, no change given from ticket machine
Applying for a Permit
New and existing customers can process permit applications online and the permit will be posted to them within 10 days.
You will require your recreational trailer(s) registration number* to process your application.
*a maximum of two trailer registrations can be attached to the one permit.
Permits are issued in the form of a sticker, but can be inserted into a provided waterproof plastic pocket in order to use the permit on various towing vehicles. The permit must be displayed on the dashboard of your towing vehicle, as Council Enforcement Officers will be patrolling boat ramp car parks and issuing fines for vehicles without a valid ticket or permit displayed.
Boating Clubs and Venues
- Frankston Boat Hire
Kananook Creek (End of Davey St)
They show you how, and you drive the boat. Drive a boat, go fishing, kayaking, and enjoy the beautiful Frankston beach views.
No boat license required - Suitable for families, Youth, Adults, Seniors.
- Frankston Yacht Club
30 Long Island Drive
The Frankston Yacht Club was founded in 1937 by a group of yachting enthusiasts operating out of Kananook Creek. Since its beginning, the Club has maintained a policy of promoting yachting in the area of Port Phillip Bay and, as a result, the Club has grown to be some 200 members strong today.
A dredging program is underway at the entrance to Kananook Creek with the aim of improving accessibility to boat users throughout the year. Scheduled monthly dredging (weather permitting) is carried out with a pontoon sub-dredge to maintain 1m navigable depth below chart datum on the approach/entrance. Dredged material is to be deposited for beach renourishment at the adjacent Frankston Beach. Sand deposited on the beach may initially appear darker however sun-bleaching will naturally lighten the sand over time. Some areas will have restricted access during dredging work. Members of the public are advised to follow the on-site signs and warmings provided.
Council cannot guarantee permanent access to Port Phillip Bay, as the water depth in the creek channel and entrances to the bay is subject to natural forces.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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