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From accessible barbeques and play facilities to easy to use public transport services and a well-signed roads network, Frankston is easy for everyone to travel to, to get around and to enjoy.
Frankston City provides many accessible locations, experiences and services, including:

  • Beach accessible wheelchair free to hire from the Frankston Visitor Information Centre
  • Parking areas with spaces allocated for those who have difficulty with mobility
  • Wheel-chair friendly public barbeques at the Frankston Waterfront
  • Liberty Swing within the Foreshore Regional Playground, next to the accessible barbeque facilities. MLAK key available for hire from the Frankston Visitor Information Centre
  • Direct waterfront beach and boardwalk access
  • Award-winning Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre (PARC), recipient of the Victorian Government Inclusive Sport, Recreation or Open Space Infrastructure Award
  • Recharge points at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre, Frankston Arts Centre plus numerous other locations across the city, to recharge scooters / wheelchairs
  • Changing places toilets and accessible change rooms offering adult hoists with extra space in key locations across the city, including George Pentland Botanic Gardens, the Bayside Centre and PARC.
  • Access and amenities for all abilities at Frankston Arts Centre, with some performances Auslan signed or captioned
  • Free wi-fi available at Frankston Visitor Information Centre and Frankston, Carrum Downs and Seaford Libraries
  • A vast selection of dining venues which cater to all dietary requirements

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While this website highlights a range of do-it-yourself tours, attractions, parks, gardens, dining and accommodation options which offer easy access to people with mobility limitations, it is recommended that you make contact with individual businesses to ensure that they meet your specific needs.

The Frankston Visitor Information Centre are recognised with a ‘Communication Access Symbol’. Chat to the team for more information on accessible locations and experiences in and around Frankston city.

Disability Resources

Frankston City Council offers a range of services for people with a disability in the Frankston area. For more information use this link.

Accessible Tourism Guide

This 24-page booklet highlights a range of do it yourself tours, attractions, parks, gardens, accommodation, vineyards, restaurants and cafes which all offer easy access to people with mobility limitations.

 

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