Frankston Visitor Information Centre

Location: 7N Pier Promenade Frankston

Point of Difference

Join us in celebrating 10 years at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre.  We'd like you to join us on a familiarisation tour of Frankston.  A bus will take you out and about for the day and open your eyes as to what's in your own backyard!  If you've ever wanted to visit some of these key Frankston attractions, now is the time.  For a minimal fee of $10, this will cover your transport, entry fees and a light lunch on the day. 

Date: Thursday 30 March
Time: 9am-4pm
Meeting point: Frankston Visitor Information Centre, 7N Pier Promenade Frankston

Cost: $10 per person

Meet at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre at 9am where we will head off on a walk along the Frankston waterfront and learn about some of the new art installations including Mirage and The Navigator. We'll stop briefly for coffee at Mr Franks and take a stroll along the Wells Street Market. From there we'll board a bus out to Cruden Farm which will incorporate a garden tour and picnic in the grounds. After lunch, we'll head off to Chocolate Grove's brand new Chocolate Shop and Living History Centre. Then we'll have a quick stop at the Seaford Lifesaving Club before our last stop of the day - a tour of the Ballam Park Homestead. The bus will deliver you back to the Visitor Information Centre at 4pm.

Date: Sunday 2 April
Time: 9.30am-4pm
Meeting point: Frankston Visitor Information Centre, 7N Pier Promenade Frankston

Cost: $10 per person

Meet at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre at 9.30am where we will head off on the bus to McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery for a tour of the grounds. Next stop is Mulberry Hill historical house and estate. Here we’ll have a tour of the house and have a bite to eat before heading to the Frankston Reservoir, a pristine habitat for a variety of endangered flora and fauna. The Friends Group will educate us on the catchment reserve which has been largely insulated from human contact for almost 100 years. We’ll finish the day with a visit to Sand Sculpting Australia’s ‘Lands of Imagination’ exhibition which is where the tour will conclude at 4pm.

Book early to avoid disappointment.  Please choose from either Thursday 30 March or Sunday 2 April below:

Date: Thursday 30 March
Time: 9am-4pm
Meeting point: Frankston Visitor Information Centre, 7N Pier Promenade Frankston

Cost: $10 per person

Meet at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre at 9am where we will head off on a walk along the Frankston waterfront and learn about some of the new art installations including Mirage and The Navigator. We'll stop briefly for coffee at Mr Franks and take a stroll along the Wells Street Market. From there we'll board a bus out to Cruden Farm which will incorporate a garden tour and picnic in the grounds. After lunch, we'll head off to Chocolate Grove's brand new Chocolate Shop and Living History Centre. Then we'll have a quick stop at the Seaford Lifesaving Club before our last stop of the day - a tour of the Ballam Park Homestead. The bus will deliver you back to the Visitor Information Centre at 4pm.

Date: Sunday 2 April
Time: 9.30am-4pm
Meeting point: Frankston Visitor Information Centre, 7N Pier Promenade Frankston

Cost: $10 per person

Meet at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre at 9.30am where we will head off on the bus to McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery for a tour of the grounds. Next stop is Mulberry Hill historical house and estate. Here we’ll have a tour of the house and have a bite to eat before heading to the Frankston Reservoir, a pristine habitat for a variety of endangered flora and fauna. The Friends Group will educate us on the catchment reserve which has been largely insulated from human contact for almost 100 years. We’ll finish the day with a visit to Sand Sculpting Australia’s ‘Lands of Imagination’ exhibition which is where the tour will conclude at 4pm.

For further information please call 1300 322 842.

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Frankston Visitor Information Centre

7N Pier Promenade Frankston 3199

 
 

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