Route 12 Cultural Drive

Route 12 Cultural Drive Frankston

Currently signposted as Route 12, Frankston's Cultural Drive includes a tour of Frankston City's unique cultural and heritage attractions. Visit Frenchstyle homestead Ballam Park, and the historic 1920s American colonial mansion Mulberry Hill, Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve, just to name a few.

Beginning at Frankston's Visitor Information Centre you will find the sculptural work Sight Line featuring nautical flags stretching from the shore to the end of the pier. Follow the flags to reveal the nautical message.

Jump in the car to see other points of interest, including the Frankston Arts Centre and the Old School House Museum before enjoying a picnic in the George Pentland Botanic Gardens. Your cultural tour of Frankston will not be complete until you enjoy the charming views and significant collection of Australian art at Mulberry Hill which was once home to Daryl and Joan Lindsay, author of "Picnic at Hanging Rock".

Ballam Park Homestead Frankston Historical Society

Ballam Park Homestead Frankston Historical Society

Location: 280R Cranbourne Road Frankston Victoria 3199

Ballam Park Homestead is a French-style country farmhouse built by Frederik Liardet in 1854. Full of old world charm it is now home to the Frankston Historical Society. This tranquil oasis features a beautiful cottage garden, heritage listed trees, a collection of farm machi...

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Cube 37

Cube 37

Location: 37 Davey Street Frankston Victoria 3199

Creative arts space, digital arts. Intimate theatre, gallery and workshops.

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Frankston Arts Centre

Frankston Arts Centre

Location: Corner Young and Davey Street Frankston Victoria 3199

The Frankston Arts Centre offers a variety of live theatre from amazing circus feats to dramatic opera; from suspenseful drama to flagrant comedy and with exhibitions and workshops - there's something for everyone.

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Frankston Waterfront

Frankston Waterfront

Location: Pier Promenade Frankston Victoria 3199

Discover artworks on the Waterfront. Home to major cultural events. Home of the Frankston Visitor Information Centre.

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George Pentland Botanic Gardens

George Pentland Botanic Gardens

Location: 41N Williams Street Frankston Victoria 3199

Visitors to George Pentland Botanic Gardens will experience some of Australia's beautiful native flora. The gardens are popular for educational activities, family gatherings and weddings. Barbecue and picnic areas are provided together with a playground.

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Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve

Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve

Location: 233N Warrandyte Road Langwarrin Victoria 3910

There is a network of walking tracks which wind through the 214 hectare heathland and eucalypt woodland reserve. Birdwatching, photography and walking are popular activities. The reserve provides a home for half the plant and animal species indigenous to the Mornington Penin...

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McClelland Guild of Artists

McClelland Guild of Artists

Location: McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park Studio Park 390 McClelland Drive Langwarrin Victoria 3910

Art studio and gallery.

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McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery

McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery

Location: 390 McClelland Drive Langwarrin Victoria 3190

McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery houses an excellent collection of fine art and a world famous collection of major works by leading Australian sculptors. A licensed cafe and retail space add to the experience.

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Mulberry Hill (National Trust of Australia)

Mulberry Hill (National Trust of Australia)

Location: 385 Golf Links Road Langwarrin South Victoria 3911

Mulberry Hill is a historical house and estate, open on Sundays for guided tours, and available for wedding, function, group tour and education bookings. Mulberry Hill Entry Fees:National Trust Members:            ...

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Tree of Life

Tree of Life

Location: McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park, 390 McClelland Drive Langwarrin Victoria 3190

Award winning artwork by Phil Price. Wind-activated kinetic sculpture.

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