Ballam Park 

 

Ballam Park, Frankston, was named in 2006 as the City of Frankston’s Recreation and Open Space Facility of the Year. Ballam Park is the larger of Frankston’s parks, and also the largest open space (145 hectares) within the Frankston municipality. It is part of the Frankston City Park, and adjoins the Frankston Golf Course.

It’s allure and mystery that Ballam Park, Frankston, holds. The quaint park is situated where Frankston’s Mitchell Street meets the Mornington Peninsula Highway. Once a busy tram stop, Ballam Park was transformed into a public park in 1963.

Ballam Park is a national park and tourist attraction located on Port Phillip Bay in Frankston, Victoria, Australia. It is managed by the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service. The park’s formal name is Ballam Park, Frankston. It commemorates the Kelty Ballam family, who were prominent landowners in the bayside region of Melbourne in the nineteenth century.

A visit to the beach is always welcome, but a trip to the Ballam Park reserve just south of Frankston is a particularly special treat. This reserve, which is just south of Frankston and approximately 40 minutes drive from Melbourne, has a number of features for you to enjoy. The reserve is 50 hectares in size and has a number of camping facilities. Simply head to the gatehouse and purchase a $5 entry ticket.

Ballam Park is situated just north of Frankston, Victoria. A short drive to the Mornington Peninsula offers a beautiful coastal drive for those wishing to spend the day exploring. Ballam Park offers a range of facilities including the Ballam Park Swamp Walk, fun for the entire family. Ballam Park Wetlands is home to over 50 species of birds, possums, turtles, frogs and lizards.

Ballam Park is a small but popular park in Frankston, Victoria. This park offers plenty of kids’ play equipment, as well as plenty of space for a picnic and barbeque. Ballam Park also offers plenty of shade for those hot Melbourne days.

Ballam Park, located in Frankston, Victoria, Australia, is a 135-hectares park located between Frankston and Cranbourne. Ballam Park offers camping facilities, walking trails, picnic facilities, cycling tracks, playgrounds, a skate park, cricket nets, mini-golf, jet boating, and more.

Ballam Park is a sports park located in Frankston, Australia. It is managed by the Frankston City Council. It has been the home of Frankston Football Club since 1929, and the Frankston United Cricket Club since 1990.