Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve
Point of Difference
Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve is a 98 hectare park in Frankston South. It is perfect for quiet recreational activities including walking, jogging, cycling, photography and nature appreciation.
Trails through the reserve traverse a range of vegetation communities to provide opportunities to see a variety of plants and animals. The reserve is home to more than 300 species of native plants and animals including the Growling Grass Frog, Echidnas, Blue Tongue Lizards and the Blue Billed Duck.
In keeping with the objective of protecting the reserve’s conservation values, public facilities including toilets, rubbish bins, barbecues and picnic tables are not provided.
Dogs, swimming and fishing are not allowed within the reserve.
Hours: 6am-9pm (daylight saving), 7am-7pm (non-daylight saving)