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Pets' Day Out Accessible Event Information

Council are making every effort to ensure our events are accessible and enjoyable for all.

Please be aware the event is located on sometimes uneven grass.


Public Transport - Bus number 771, 790, 789, 777 and 791 stop in surrounding streets to Ballam Park. The closest train station is Frankston Train Station with connections via bus numbers 790, 791 and 789 to the event site. Please visit if you require information regarding wheelchair or scooter friendly buses.

Driving - From 6:00am to 3:30pm, traffic will be slowed to 40 km/per hour on:

  • Cranbourne Road (east bound) from Lindrum Road to Karingal Drive

  • Karingal Drive (both directions) from Cranbourne Rd to Liardet Crescent

Parking -There are a limited number of accessible car parking spaces available off Cranbourne Road and Naranga Crescent. There are limited accessible car spaces so get in quick before they’re gone. Alternative suggested parking is at Karingal Shopping Centre or surrounding streets.

Drop Off - If you are arriving via rideshare or taxi to the event and require a drop off location close to the eveny, you can enter as a pedestrian on Cranbourne Road or Narranga Crescent.

Walking - if you park outside of the event site or are walking from home, pedestrian access is via Cranbourne Road and Narranga Crescent.


Toilets - There will be accessible temporary/portable toilets available throughout the event site.

Water - There will be a hydration station onsite with taps and water bubblers. It is recommended that you bring a water bottle to fill up and stay hydrated throughout the day.

Seating - A limited number of tables and chairs will be available throughout. Patrons are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket to the event.

Chill Out Space - There are a lot of noises and people who attend the event. The Chill Out Space is a marquee where you can go to experience an environment with lesser noise and activity. This safe, accessible and inclusive space is perfect for children and adults wanting to seek some calm. The space will include bean bags, sensory play objects, located away from loud noises. It’s a safe environment that allows patrons to explore and interact without risk

Social Story - Please find below a link to the Pets' Day Out social story. This guide can be used to familarise anyone visiting the event and can be helpful for people on the autism spectrum: 

Click here to view the Pets' Day Out social story 

If you need information about any aspects of the event, please do not hesitate to call the events team on 1300 322 322 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.