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Ballam Park Homestead
Ballam Park Homestead

This French-style sandstone farmhouse was built in the 1850s and is set within spacious gardens. Guided tours are available and within the grounds is a collection of farm machinery and tools, a blacksmiths shop, museum and tea rooms.

www.frankstonhs.org.au
Coastal Arts Discovery Trail
Coastal Arts Discovery Trail

Weaving its way along the coastline between Frankston and Seaford, the Coastal Arts Discovery Trail celebrates the stories and images of the area from the time of its original inhabitants to the present day. Sculptures, public art and architectural gems can be found along this scenic walking and cycling trail, as well as inspiring coastal views.

www.imaginefrankston.com
Frankston Arts Centre
Frankston Arts Centre

Thousands of visitors each year enjoy performances and functions at the centre which includes an 800 seat theatre, 500 seat function centre and Cube 37 which is a creative arts space housing studios and exhibition galleries

artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au
Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve
Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve

The 98 hectare Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve is located in Frankston South and surrounds a picturesque reservoir. There are shared walking and cycling tracks through the park which is home to hundreds of native plants and animals.

www.parks.vic.gov.au
George Pentland Botanic Gardens
George Pentland Botanic Gardens

Established in 1975, these gardens originally formed part of a golf course. Features include undulating lawns, lakes, picnic and BBQ areas, walking tracks and fern gullies. The gardens are home to an array of Australian native plants, floral displays and many bird species.

www.frankston.vic.gov.au
Langwarrin Flora & Fauna Reserve
Langwarrin Flora & Fauna Reserve

Located just east of Frankston in Langwarrin, this reserve contains relatively undisturbed natural bushland with a reservoir, an old military camp site and a network of tracks

www.parks.vic.gov.au
McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park
McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park

Housing an extensive collection of fine art and works by leading Australian sculptors, the gallery is set within 8 hectares of landscaped bushland just east of Frankston in neighbouring Langwarrin

www.mcclelland.org.au
The Pines Flora & Fauna Reserve
The Pines Flora & Fauna Reserve

Surrounded by residential housing in Frankston North, it offers several walking tracks through original Mornington Peninsula bushland and a lookout

www.parks.vic.gov.au