Welcome to the Frankston City Council’s George Pentland Botanical Gardens.
Originally part of a nine-hole golf course, the site became known as the George Pentland Botanic Gardens in 1975. The gardens were named after former Shire Secretary and Town Clerk of the City of Frankston, George Pentland.

Now home to a large array of Australian native plants, George Pentland Botanic Gardens is a relaxing place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and to see the ever-changing and developing botanic displays.

New improved public conveniences now at the Foot Street end of the George Pentland Botanic Gardens in Frankston.


The facility includes two unisex fully-accessible toilets with baby change table, a separate male and female toilet and a family disability care room with hoist and mechanical bed funded by Peninsula Access Support and Training (PAST).

MLAK keys can be borrowed, upon presentation of photo ID, from the Frankston Visitor Information Centre, Civic Centre, Safer City Centre and Youth Resource Centre. Slings are available for loan from the Visitor Information Centre.

Please contact Frankston City Council on 1300 322 322 for further information, to find out about training in the use of the hoists, or if the equipment is damaged or unclean.

An accessible toilet at 69B Young Street is also available for people with an MLAK key 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


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