Frankston, Melbourne, 3199

Smart Cleaning Solutions CEO Nicholas Pastras is writing a series of articles previewing some of the most interesting aspects and places to visit in Melbourne, and in this article he previews the seaside suburb of Frankston.
Frankston - Aerial View

Frankston - Aerial View

Nestled 41 Km south east of Melbournes city center on Port Phillip Bay is the popular seaside suburb of Frankston. Frankston is predominantly a residential area with some rural and commercial areas and is located within the City of Frankston.

On hot summer days many Melbournians flock to Frankston to cool off on its bayside beaches, which offer safe and easy access to swimming in Port Phillip Bay, otr to enjoys it’s shopping, cafes and food district.

Frankston is a sophisticated city offering a mix of natural and cultural attractions and a daytrip in Frankston offers lots of free entertainment in the form of it’s 10 km’s of easy access public beaches, The McCelelland Sculpture Park, an array of Public Art Sculptures and a host of other attractions including The Frankston Pier, Cruden Farm, The Frankston Arts centre, the Moonlit Sanctuary, Dolphin and Seal Swimming Tours, Fishing Tours, Golf Courses, fantastic parks including the Ballam Park regional Playground, Beauty Park, the Frankston regional playground, The George Pentland Botanic Gardens, and the Saltwater Creek Reserve, all of which are within easy access of Frankston.

Frankston is a fantastic place for a day trip with the family in the school holidays, it’s mixture of beach, parks and sophisticated urban development offers a wide variety of sights and activities, and a fantastic lifestyle for it’s residence.

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