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Phone: 1300 322 842

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Frankston beach is perfect for non-powered water activities including swimming, stand up paddle boarding or even a walk. Celebrate with family and friends with open space, a playground, BBQ facilities, as well as cafes and restaurants.

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Pier Promenade Frankston Victoria 3199