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Frankston Cultural Walk

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Enjoy various public art and cultural heritage sites in and around the Frankston City Centre.  Starting at the waterfront, the self-guided walk or cycle, meanders along Kananook Creek, traverses the city centre, nearby parks, and culminates with picturesque bayside views.

Frankston Park Gates

Location: Corner Bay Street and Plowman Place, Frankston

Historic gates leading to Frankston Park.

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Frankston Park Gates

Grimwade Clocktower

Location: Nepean Highway, Frankston

An original clock tower in the centre of Frankston.

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Grimwade Clocktower

Old School House Museum

Location: 40 Davey Street, Frankston

Old School House Museum located at a current school.

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Old School House Museum

I'Kananook

Location: Pier Promenade Frankston

I'Kananook is a poem listed on pillars in Kananook Creek beside the Landmark Bridge.

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I'Kananook

White Street Mall

Location: White Street, Frankston

An art space in the heart of Frankston.

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White Street Mall

Oasis

Location: Pier Promenade, Frankston

The Frankston Waterfront Mosaic Stream “Oasis” In 2004 the Frankston City Council commissioned Anna Minardo to install an artwork as part of the redevelopment of the Frankston Waterfront around the pier and the mouth of Kananook Creek. As part of ongoing rene...

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Oasis

Zoetrope bridge

Location: Davey Street, Frankston

Zoetrope is the bridge linking Davey Street to Long Island and the Frankston Yacht Club.

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Zoetrope bridge

Mechanics Institute

Location: Bay Street, Frankston

A historic building in Frankston.

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Mechanics Institute

Power of Community

Location: Beauty Park - Corner Young Street and High Street, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Deborah Halpern from Melbourne The semi-abstract sculpture by Australian artist Deborah Halpern was installed on 6 December 2002. Location Beauty Park 51N Spring Street, Frankston Sculpture located near the corner of Young Street and Bay Trail

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Power of Community