Frankston South 


Frankston South is a suburb of Frankston in Victoria’s south, close to the town of Kingston as well as the Mornington Peninsula. Frankston South lies on Melbourne’s suburban railway network and provides residents with easy transportation to Melbourne’s CBD and other suburbs further out in the Mornington Peninsula.

Frankston South is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 20 km north of Melbourne’s central business district. It is bounded by the Mornington Peninsula Freeway to the north, Main Road Frankston to the east, the Frankston railway line to the south, and the Frankston–Mornington Road to the west. The suburb is named after Frankston, Australia a suburb of Melbourne.

The Frankston South and Frankston train stations are not only a convenient point of arrival and departure for Melbourne’s public transport network, but are also a major hub of activity; both stations are used by a variety of public and private industry and commerce. And providing efficient and effective access to train and bus services, as well as providing retailers with an opportunity to engage the local community is a huge responsibility that Frankston South and Frankston train stations take seriously.

Frankston South is a suburb in Melbourne’s south-east. It’s a sprawling suburb, containing a mixture of high-density suburbia and rural farmland. The area was originally settled by the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, and is ethnically and linguistically diverse. The suburb is mostly served by Frankston South railway station, which lies on Frankston’s Frankston-Fawkner railway line.

Frankston South, the “other” Frankston, is situated about 10 kilometres south of the main Frankston. Although geographically separated from the main Frankston, it shares similar characteristics. The Frankston South beaches are a popular feature within Frankston South.

Frankston South is a busy suburb in southern Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula, and is the busiest hospital in the region. The Frankston Hospital is a tertiary referral centre, where patients from across the state are treated for conditions ranging from heart disease to cancer.

Frankston South Primary School and Frankston South College are nearby and feature fun classes, sports teams, and clubs for students to join. The campus is walking distance from Monash University, which is less than 30 minutes away by car. Those commuting by bicycle usually take about 40 minutes to get around Melbourne.

The suburb Frankston South is located about 23 km from the centre of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Frankston South is bounded by the suburbs of Cranbourne East, Cranbourne West, Dandenong North, Frankston, Langwarrin, Langwarrin South, Langwarrin Village, Merricks, Mount Eliza, Narre Warren North, Narre Warren South, Phillip Island, Springvale, Viewbank and Heatherton. The postcode for Frankston South is 3194.