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Frankston Boardwalk

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Explore the beautiful Frankston Waterfront on the 3m wide, raised timber boardwalk designed to protect the vulnerable dune system. Walk the boardwalks and paths that stretch between Wells Street in the north and Oliver's Hill in the south along part of the 10 kilometres of pristine beach and coastal habitat, to discover why Frankston’s coastline is the envy of Melbourne at any time of year. There are delightful views of Port Phillip to be seen and there are many places to sit and relax along the way.

There is ample car parking, with toilets, a children's playground, picnic tables and barbecues. Fishing off the Frankston Pier is a popular activity. A boat ramp and trailer parking is available. The impressive Landmark Bridge is a focal point of this attractive precinct.

The Frankston Boardwalk is located near the Frankston Pier, at the end of Pier Promenade, which is a central place from which to base your activities.
This track could also be extended by crossing the Nepean Highway at Liddesdale Avenue to enter Sweetwater Creek Nature Reserve.

You can also take a walk along the 220 metre long Frankston Pier and reveal the 22 letter “secret message” on the pier flags.

Download the Frankston Foreshore Reserve map

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Pier Promenade, Frankston