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Frankston Arts Centre

Frankston Arts Centre’s business is events! 

The events team focus on the detail so the spotlight stays firmly on your business. For over 25 years Frankston Arts Centre has been delivering world-class events. Supported by a team of experienced event producers who love sharing ideas and will inspire you to plan and execute the perfect event. Raising the curtain for conferences, exhibitions, workshops, product launches, meetings, gala dinners, cocktail parties and more, a range of unique spaces provide the perfect atmosphere for any event. 

Conveniently located in South-East Melbourne at the gateway of the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, Frankston Arts Centre is an easy 3-minute walk from Frankston Station and offers affordable undercover parking. Featuring a large dedicated function centre, 800 and 200 seat auditoriums, art galleries, exclusive lounge and balcony bar, Frankston Arts Centre provides unparalleled versatility. 

With an emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients, our Frankston Arts Centre delivers thoughtfully curated menus with a modern Australian flavour, coupled with beautiful presentation honouring the venues artistic setting. The services do not end there; on-site technicians orchestrate seamless audio-visual solutions with the latest in technology ensuring all events are showstoppers! 

Location:

  • Located in Frankston.
  • 45 minutes from Melbourne CBD.


Content: Frankston Arts Centre
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Total Meeting Rooms
11
Maximum Meeting Capacity
500
Accommodation Beds
0

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27-37 Davey Street
Frankston Victoria 3199
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