Renowned for arts and culture, a visit to Frankston is not complete without a photo at McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park . Take a stroll through the 16 hectare park to view over 90 diverse sculptures set in native bushland, then relax in the gallery café.
Delve back into history in Frankston’s two significant historic homesteads, the 1855 French style homestead Ballam Park and 1920’s American colonial mansion Mulberry Hill which was the home of the late Sir Daryl and Lady Joan Lindsay, author of Picnic at Hanging Rock.
No need to travel to Melbourne for a fun night out, as the 800 seat theatre at the Frankston Arts Centre provides a memorable range of entertainment at an affordable price. You can also dine first class prior to your show.
- Enjoy a show, exhibition and a meal at Frankston Arts Centre
- Take in the art installations and new media displays at Cube 37
- Have Devonshire tea at Ballam Park Homestead
- Explore the colonial mansion at Mulberry Hill
- Visit McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park, enjoy the café and shop or take a picnic
- Discover the public artworks along the Coastal Arts Discovery Trail (pick up a brochure from the Frankston Visitor Information Centre)
- Visit the ‘Power of Community’ sculpture by Deborah Halpern in Beauty Park
- Keep your eye out for the many sculptures dotted throughout the City
- Walk along Kananook Creek Boulevard to view the Frankston City Hall of Fame installation; inductees include TV great Graham Kennedy