Frankston Youth Council
The Frankston Youth Council provides advice and suggestions to Frankston City Council on a range of issues and makes recommendations on services that may affect young people in the local community.
Frankston Youth Council organise the annual Frankston Stand for Change, an anti-bullying event that has reached thousands of young people for four successful years and counting.
Young people who participate in the Frankston Youth Council come from a range of different backgrounds and have many varied life experiences.
Become a Youth Councillor
Are you aged between 12-17 years with an interest in advocating for youth and youth participation in the community - do you want to have your voice heard and be a part of an amazing group of young people? Applications will reopen in 2019.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Mayor Applications
This initiative was introduced to provide a member of the community with exposure to local government processes and engagement with the public. The opportunity to take part is offered to those aged between 18 and 21.
The next round of applications is due to open on 31 October, 2018 and close on 30 November, 2018.
Our current Youth Mayor is Gerard Felipe who is committed to addressing issues including youth disengagement, bullying and access to support.
Find out more about the current Youth Mayor
We want your opinion!
In their role as youth representatives, Youth Council members also consult with other young people in the community to ensure the diversity of young people, opinions and interests are considered by Council.
If you have any great ideas or opinions, please contact the Youth Council.
Frankston Youth Central
60A Playne Street
P. 03 9768 1366