Spring School Holiday Activities In Frankston City

The Hangout - For Youths

Holiday activities for 12 - 17 year olds.
Many activities are free or low cost.
Excursions attract fees.

  • Gravity Zone
  • Healesville Sanctuary
  • Gaming Day
  • Movie Marathons
  • T-shirt Design workshop

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  • Frankston Youth Central - 9768 1366
  • Carrum Downs - 0439 351 426 
  • Frankston North - 0488 599 249
  • Frankston South - 0439 351 433
  • Karingal - 0488 590 448
  • Langwarrin - 0488 590 917
  • Seaford - 0488 591 421


Bookings open on 9768 1366. 

Charges apply

Places are limited and all bookings, payments and forms are required to be returned to Frankston Youth Central (located next door to the Frankston Library). 

Frankston Arts Centre

37 Davey Street
Frankston 3199
P. 03 9784 1060
E. thefac@frankston.vic.gov.au

  • Ickypedia
    Monday 24 September
    11am & 2pm - 55 minutes, no interval
    Australia’s favourite kidult comedians, The Listies, are bringing their best-smelling book Ickypedia: A Dictionary of Disgusting New Words to our stage!
  • Giggle and Hoot's Hootastic Concert
    Tuesday 2 October, 10am & 12pm
    55 minutes, no interval
    Sing, stomp and roar to all the hits from The Gigglemobile to Go Giggleosaurus  and many more of your favourite Giggle and Hoot songs.

Please note these are all age events and may not be suitable for young childern.

Frankston Visitor Information Centre

7N Pier Promenade
Frankston Waterfront
P. 1300 322 842
E. tourism@frankston.vic.gov.au
Open: 9am to 5pm, seven days
(Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday)

Visit the Frankston Visitor Information Centre in person
Or phone: 1300 322 842

More Information:

Cost: Small booking applies. Booked tours are non-refundable.

Meeting Locations: Meeting locations will be given upon confirmation of booking.

Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre

16N Cranbourne Road
P. 03 03 9781 8444
E. info@parcfrankston.com.au

Spring into the school holidays with Fun PARC! (5MB)

PARC has your ultimate family day out sorted these school holidays. The kids will be entertained for hours on end with our range of fun aquatic activities:

  • Splash Town, our giant inflatable obstacle course (ages 6+)
  • Aqua zorb balls
  • Ride the amazing waterslides, the 114m Constrictor and Australia's first interactive light and sound Python waterslide.
  • The little ones can enjoy the award winning AquaPlay aquatic playground featuring exciting multi-level landings and slides.
  • Guests can also enjoy awesome café specials!

School holiday program runs weekdays (including AFL public holiday), Monday 24 September – Friday 5 October

  • Waterslides open 10am – 6pm
  • Splashtown open 11am – 3pm (sessions run every 30 minutes)
  • Aqua Zorb Balls open 11am – 3pm
  • Aquatic Playground open 9am – 7pm

A PARC day pass for the whole family starts at $25.90
An individual child’s pass is $7.20 and for adults $9.00
Concession is also available for $7.20


Frankston City Libraries

Carrum Downs Library
203 Lyrebird Drive
Carrum Downs VIC 3201
P. 03 8773 9539

Frankston Library
60 Playne Street
Frankston VIC 3199
P.  03 9784 1020

Seaford Library
1/6 Broughton Street
Near the corner of Station and Broughton Streets
P. 03 9784 1048

  • Stained Glass Window Craft
  • Create your own pirate treasure map
  • Lego creations
  • Create your own story

Bookings open: Books open and can be made in person, by calling 03 9784 1020 or library.frankston.vic.gov.au/whats_on
Cost: Free

Sessions are specifically designed for each age group. Children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Please only book tickets for children attending the event - accompanying adults do not require a ticket.

Frankston North Community Centre

Location: 26 Mahogany Avenue
Frankston North
P. 8773 9545
E. fncc@frankston.vic.gov.au

  • Cosmic Kids Yoga and Meditation
  • Beads workshop
  • Pizza Making
  • Movie sessions
  • Flora and Fauna Walk

Booking: booking open and can be made in person or call 8773 9545.
Cost: Low cost or free

Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre

Location: 55 Towerhill Road 
P. 03 9293 7122   
E. frankstonsouthreccentre@frankston.vic.gov.au
FB. facebook.com/FrankstonSouthCommunityandRecreationCentre

FSCRC -  Spring School Holiday Program (453KB)

  • Kids workshop with Dance Space 88
  • Old fashioned games day
  • Classical Indian and Bollywood Dance Class
  • MVP Basketball Coaching
  • Kelly Mini Sports

Terms and Conditions
Bookings and payments are essential prior to participating in activities.
Participants must complete the relevant registration form, available online or at the Centre.
Activities may be altered or cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

Langwarrin Community Centre

Location: 2 Lang Rd
P. 03 9789 7653
E. reception@langwarrincc.org.au

Langwarrin Community Centre - Spring School Holiday Program (438KB)

  • Damper Making, Wattle Painting and Rhythm Sticks
  • Football Crafts and pom poms
  • Kokoda Trail  - Tremont
  • Tie Dye class
  • Scienceworks excursion

Bookings: Can be made in person or call 9789 7653
Cost: Low cost or free

McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery

Location: 390 McClelland Drive
Langwarrin, VIC 3910
P. 03 9789 1671
E. info@mcclellandgallery.com
W. www.mcclellandgallery.com

Cost: Gold coin donation

Frankston Skate Park

Location: 16N Cranbourne Road
P. 03 9769 6579
E. www.skatepark.ymca.org.au

  • Open every day

Cost: Free

Parks and Reserves

Location: Frankston City
Cost: Free
Open: Everyday
Suitable for all ages

Frankston City offers plenty of Parks and Reserves to help keep you active and healthy. 
Cost: Free

Community Centres and Neighbourhood Houses

Vacation Care in Frankston

Vacation Care programs are operated by a range of providers across Frankston City and are usually situated at primary schools or Community Centres.  For enrolment information contact your local primary school or visit My Child website for a list of providers.  

Contact Us

Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
Frankston 3199
P. 1300 322 322
E. info@frankston.vic.gov.au

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