Ideas for Kids
For some family friendly ideas that won’t break the bank, Frankston is a great place to spend your time.
Explore the Frankston Waterfront….
Venture along the foreshore’s 1.5 kilometres of raised timber boardwalk (pram friendly) and enjoy the seaside views.
Discover the “secret message” on the pier flags. Each flagpole has a letter on, walk along and decode the 22 pole message.
Expend some energy in the Frankston Regional Foreshore Playground with separate toddler-junior and senior-level play equipment.
Hire a canoe or boat from Frankston Boat Hire and discover Kananook Creek.
Swim between the flags at Frankston Life Saving Club, weekends during Summer.
Try fishing from Frankston Pier.
Enjoy the Natural Reserves
Take an adventure walk through Sweetwater Creek Reserve or Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve.
Wander around the Seaford Wetlands and spot the 25 species of international migratory birds.
Take a picnic to the George Pentland Botanic Gardens.
Some other ideas.....
Stroll around the 16 hectares of native bushland at McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park.
Hire a tennis court at Frankston Tennis Club.
Ride your way along the off road cycling trail from Frankston to Baxter. Download cycling & walking paths brochure. (PDF 1.5MB)
For more attractions and things to do in and around Frankston, search our database.
You can also check out our Kids Day Out suggested itinerary if you are short of ideas.