The busy seaside city of Frankston really is one of the better entertainment precincts of Greater Melbourne, with a fantastic array of local restaurants, bars, cinemas and café’s. But it’s much more than that, the beaches of Frankston are equally popular with locals and out of towners. 

Long Island is one of Frankston’s best kept secrets with residential properties located on the beach and also in quiet adjacent cul-de-sacs, hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Frankston proper.

There are fantastic restaurants and café’s like Waves on the Beach, Eeny Meeny and One Pear Tree. Driving into Frankston from Oliver’s Hill is a treat, providing coastal views of the splendid beauty of the area. Frankston is a short drive to Mornington and the broader peninsula and it’s in close proximity to some of Victoria’s best wineries and restaurants like the award winning Ten Minutes by Tractor.

Frankston is home to many sports clubs, parks and recreation areas like Frankston Athletics Club, Frankston Football club, Beauty Park and Ballam Park. Frankston has its own Arts Centre, the fantastic Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre complete with waterslides, the surf life saving club established in 1923 and the Frankston Yacht club established in 1937.

Frankston High School leads the list of quality schools in the area and both Frankston and Langwarrin Private hospital are in close proximity. Frankston train station is the beginning of the Frankston line and provides great access to the Melbourne CBD and other parts of Melbourne for commuters. 

With a mix of great residential family homes, beachfront property, and all the amenities you’d ever dream of, Frankston is truly one of Melbourne’s best seaside locations.

Frankston is 41 km from the CBD and it’s part of the City of Frankston. The postcode for Frankston is 3199.

Rockwood favourites in Frankston.

Gateway to the peninsula, Frankston foreshore, Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre, Live music at The Deck