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Frankston Park - {CATEGORY}

Frankston Park is a regional Australian rules football ground located in Frankston, Victoria in Australia. It is home to the VFL team, the Frankston Dolphins, and is a planned secondary ground of the AFL team, the St. Kilda Saints, when they relocate their training base to Frankston's Belverdere Park in 2010. The grandstand at Frankston Park was the original grandstand from the first ever Australian Scout Jamboree in 1935, and was relocated to the ground shortly after. In 2005, Frankston City Council funded a AU$1. 2 million refurbishment of the grandstand. Following the latest refurbishment, it was renamed the "Bryan Mace Grandstand", in honour of the Frankston Football Club stalwart and general manager. The historic grandstand remained as a landmark at Frankston Park for 72 years, until it was destroyed by fire on February 12, 2008.

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Address: Frankston, Victoria

Country: Australia

Capacity: 8000

Surface: Grass

Tenants: Frankston Football Club (VFL), St Kilda Football Club (AFL) (from 2010) (training + admin)

Operator: Frankston Football Club

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459 yd - Frankston Motor Inn

Discover all that Frankston has to offer with Frankston Motor Inn as a base. This 3-star hotel offers 30 comfortable guestrooms with a range of in-room facilities suitable for the modern traveler. EacRead moreh of the hotel's guestrooms offers air conditioning, shower, television. Hotel facilities offered at this Frankston accommodation include Wi-Fi in public areas, disabled facilities, room service. The hotel offers outdoor pool to provide extra pleasure and relaxation for all guests. The hotel provides a warm and welcoming service of international standard. To proceed with your reservation at the Frankston Motor Inn via our secure online booking form, please enter your period of stay.Hide

522 yd - Best Western Frankston International

Set in a prime location of Frankston, Best Western Frankston International puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities tRead moreo suit the individual needs of all travelers. Bar/pub, room service, Wi-Fi in public areas, meeting facilities, coffee shop are just some of the facilities on offer. Designed for comfort, guestrooms offer satellite/cable TV, hair dryer, coffee/tea maker, non smoking rooms, balcony/terrace to ensure a restful night. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include spa. Discover all Frankston has to offer by making Best Western Frankston International your base.Hide

676 yd - Quest Frankston

Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Frankston, Quest Frankston promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Disabled facilities, concieRead morerge, meeting facilities, laundry service/dry cleaning, business center are there for guest's enjoyment. Desk, non smoking rooms, microwave, washing machine, balcony/terrace can be found in each guestroom. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including outdoor pool. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Quest Frankston.Hide

707 yd - Quest Frankston serviced Apartments

Quest Frankston serviced apartments is located at the Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula. We boast's as being the best serviced apartment accommodation provider in the Frankston/Mornington Peninsula Read moreregion. With our 58 sophisticated, stylish and spacious 4? star serviced apartments, Quest Frankston serviced apartments looks forward to welcoming you for business or leisure. Quest Frankston offers a range of studio, one and two bedroom apartments, each featuring separate living and dining areas, fully equipped kitchen and private laundry. All apartments provide the comfort of reverse cycle climate control, TV, DVD players and direct dial phones with voice mail and Broadband internet access capabilities. The complex also boasts secure undercover parking, meeting facilities plus.an inground swimming pool and BBQ area. Quest Frankston is easy walking distance to Restaurants, beach, Golf Courses, Wineries, Art Centre and Shops.Hide

1,131 yd - Abbey Serviced Apartments

Set in a prime location of Frankston, Abbey Apartments puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the propRead moreerty a comfortable one. All the necessary facilities, including disabled facilities, shops, concierge, car park, laundry service/dry cleaning, are at hand. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and convenient amenities like coffee/tea maker, microwave, air conditioning, satellite/cable TV, television. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including outdoor pool, sauna. For reliable service and professional staff, Abbey Apartments caters to your needs.Hide

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Frankston Park - {CATEGORY}

Frankston Park is a regional Australian rules football ground located in Frankston, Victoria in Australia. It is home to the VFL team, the Frankston Dolphins, and is a planned secondary ground of the AFL team, the St. Kilda Saints, when they relocate their training base to Frankston's Belverdere Park in 2010. The grandstand at Frankston Park was the original grandstand from the first ever Australian Scout Jamboree in 1935, and was relocated to the ground shortly after. In 2005, Frankston City Council funded a AU$1. 2 million refurbishment of the grandstand. Following the latest refurbishment, it was renamed the "Bryan Mace Grandstand", in honour of the Frankston Football Club stalwart and general manager. The historic grandstand remained as a landmark at Frankston Park for 72 years, until it was destroyed by fire on February 12, 2008.

Frankston Park - {CATEGORY}

Frankston Park is a regional Australian rules football ground located in Frankston, Victoria in Australia. It is home to the VFL team, the Frankston Dolphins, and is a planned secondary ground of the AFL team, the St. Kilda Saints, when they relocate their training base to Frankston's Belverdere Park in 2010. The grandstand at Frankston Park was the original grandstand from the first ever Australian Scout Jamboree in 1935, and was relocated to the ground shortly after. In 2005, Frankston City Council funded a AU$1. 2 million refurbishment of the grandstand. Following the latest refurbishment, it was renamed the "Bryan Mace Grandstand", in honour of the Frankston Football Club stalwart and general manager. The historic grandstand remained as a landmark at Frankston Park for 72 years, until it was destroyed by fire on February 12, 2008.

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