FRANKSTON TOURISM SURVEY- What do you love about Frankston?

Frankston tourism was worth $305 million annually (pre-Covid) and supported almost 2000 direct and indirect jobs. 
Tourism and related hospitality businesses are a big employer of young people, many of whom find their first job in the sector and forge successful careers. 

What would bring more visitors to Frankston? Does the city need an iconic attraction, perhaps several big attractions? What would they be? Do we already have them? 

This survey is being undertaken by the Committee for Greater Frankston to hear from local residents about your Frankston tourism ideas. 

Thank you for participating.  
Ginevra Hosking- CEO Committee for Greater Frankston

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* 1. Thinking about Frankston current visitor and tourism activities...

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* 2. How appealing are these Frankston activities for visitors and tourists?

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Cinemas and entertainment venues
City-wide public art
Cruden Farm and Dame Elisabeth Murdoch estate
Frankston Arts Centre and Cube Studio
Frankston historical sites (Ballam Park, Mulberry Hill, Mechanics Institute, and Frankston Oval)
Frankston Reservoir reserve, Sweetwater Creek and Kananook Creek trails
Frankston's beach, foreshore playground and waterfront reserve
George Pentland Botanical Gardens and Beauty Park
Local breweries, restaurants, and other hospitality venues
McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery
Olivers Hill boardwalk and lookout
PARC Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre
Seaford's beach and foreshore reserve
Seaford's Wetlands
Shopping precincts
Street art tours and CBD walks