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Suburb profile: Frankston, VIC 3199

Frankston is an outer-suburb of Melbourne, located approximately 55 km south-east of the CBD, north of the Mornington Peninsula.

Frankston Beach is one of the most frequented in Victoria and is home to one of the largest sand sculpting exhibitions in the Southern Hemisphere.

Shopping in Frankston is easy with Bayside Shopping Centre (the largest in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula.) It has everything from Myer, Kmart, Target & Best & Less to the choice of 3 major supermarkets, Woolworths, Coles and Aldi. You will also find a 12 screen Hoyts cinema, Strike Bowling bar and many other specialty stores and restaurants.

There’s also Karingal Hub Shopping centre with many of the same or similar amenities as Bayside, Or you can enjoy some Boutique shopping and cafes on Wells St.

There are 11 primary schools in the suburb, 4 secondary schools as well as 2 special development schools. Chisholm Institute has a campus in Frankston as does Monash University also.

Frankston is serviced by the Frankston Railway line connecting you to Melbourne CBD as well as Bus services throughout the suburbs of the broader area. Eastlink and Peninsula Link roadways are easily accessible to connect you up wherever you want to go.

Great for:

  • Public Transport
  • Schools
  • Internet
  • Access Parks & Recreation
  • Safe & Sound
  • Beach

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Singles
  • Beach Lovers

Suburbs nearby:

  • Port Phillip
  • Frankston North
  • Frankston South
  • Langwarrin
  • Langwarrin South
  • Seaford
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