Saturday, 19 January 10am-10pm Sunday, 20 January 10am-6pm
Pier Promenade Frankston Waterfr ont Melway Ref: 100A B8
Experience the Frankston Waterfront like never before at the 2013 al Frankston Waterfront Festiv
Over two exciting days you can enjoy a myriad of FREE entertainment, activities and demonstrations. • Challenge Arena • Beer and Wine Garden • Live ‘n’ Local stage • Rides and amusements • Children’s garden activities • Environmental displays • Taste, See and Explore • Victorian Stand Up Paddle Championships • Sand Sculpting Australia ‘Under the Sea’ exhibition • Peninsula Arts Society and Friends Exhibition Don’t miss the fireworks at 9:45pm Saturday night.
Children’s Zone Children of all ages are invited to visit the Eden Gardens Children’s Zone and participate in the interactive vegetable garden display where they can learn how to plant and care for their own fruit and vegetables. Fun and educational, children will learn the nutritional benefits of home grown fruit and vegetables, with each child receiving a potted plant to take home. Other elements of the space include, mobile vegetable gardens and a small children’s range and small pots of vegetables will be available for purchase. Eden Gardens promotes the Sun Smart message, in affiliation with the Cancer Council.
Water Activities Splash your weekend away! Come and try a range of water activities including canoeing, discover sailing, scuba diving, stand up paddle boarding and outrigging. All thanks to PSUP, Patterson Lakes Outriggers, Mornington Harbour Dive, Frankston Yacht Club and Patterson Lakes Canoe Club.
Sand Sculpting Australia Wander through the amazing sand creations at Sand Sculpting Australiaâ€™s Under the Sea Exhibition. Open daily from 26 December until 26 April this exhibition is a must see while you are in Frankston. With over 4000 tonnes of sand carved into massive sculptures of mermaids, sea witches, whales, submarines, sharks and a coral reef.
Rides & Amusements Enjoy all the fun and excitement of the rides as you jump, slip, slide and scream your weekend away. All the thrills and spills for the family and younger kids too. Prices range from $2 - $15
Taste See & Explore Come and experience some of Frankston and Mornington Peninsulaâ€™s best tourism businesses including food, wine, art attractions and more. Sample some of the amazing local products on offer, and place orders.
Waterfront Dining Relax with family and friends in the Boost Juice Bayside Festival Food Court and enjoy gourmet food as you take in the sights and sounds of the festival and enjoy the music from the entertainment stage. Once again we offer a wide range of foods, from sweet to savoury and quality coffee vendors.
Beer & Wine Garden Ideally located near the stage is the Beer and Wine Garden where 2 Brothers Brewery sell their boutique beers and wines. This is the perfect spot to sit back and relax in the sun whilst enjoying the entertainment.
Important Information Car Parking The boat launching ramp and car park along with Pier Promenade and Waterfront Playground car park will be closed from 12:30am on Friday, 18 January until midnight on Sunday, 20 January. Boat launching facilities will be available at the Olivers Hill boat ramp. It is recommended that event patrons park at Bayside Shopping Centre or Entertainment Complex, Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Civic Centre, High Street, Davey Street, Wells Street or along Kananook Creek Proudly produced by Frankston City
Boulevard, all of which are within a 10 minute walk to the Festival. Pets are not permitted on the Festival site during Festival operating hours. Pet owners must obey the signs at the Waterfront at all other times. Due to the fireworks on Saturday night, please ensure that pets are kept away from the site and are safely restrained. Alcohol is only permitted in the Beer & Wine Garden and is not to be consumed elsewhere. Victoria Police and security will be in attendance. No BYO.
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Peninsula Arts Society & Friends Art Show and Exhibition Mechanics Hall, Plowman Place, Frankston Paintings, displays, demonstrations and sales from a range of local craft organisations including Peninsula Arts Society, Mornington Peninsula Patchworkers, Peninsula Woodturners Guild, Mornington Peninsula Embroiderers Guild, McClelland Spinners and Weavers, Eliza Gully Design, Glass Mosaics and Jewellery, Frankston and Peninsula Lapidary Club. Entry is free, parking available, refreshments on site and wheelchair friendly.
Stand Up Paddle Victorian Open Championships 10km Saturday and 1.5km and 6km Sunday Elite Stand Up Paddleboard racing comes to the Frankston Waterfront with the inaugural running of the Vic Open Competition over 10km, 6km and 1.5km courses. The 10km race will arrive at Frankston Waterfront around 2:00pm with the 6km and 1.5km courses starting and ending at Frankston Pier. Peninsula Stand Up Paddle will also be conducting free come‘n’try sessions over the weekend.
Melbourne Tigers King of the Court 3-ON-3 BASKETBALL
Saturday 10:00am - 7:00pm and Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm Come and shoot hoops with the Melbourne Tigers at the King of the Court 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament. An action packed weekend featuring knock out tournaments for all ages, basketball clinics, shoot-outs, prizes, dancers and DJâ€™s! Donâ€™t miss this opportunity to experience the number one basketball event in Melbourne this summer! To play in the 3-on-3, register your team online at www.msfbasketball.com Be quick as there are limited spots!
Live ‘n’ Local Main Stage
Saturday 19 January MC Felicity Whelan
Dont miss s the firework at 9:45pm
Welcome to Country
12:15pm Taylor Piggott 1:00pm
Bac 2 Bac
Brighter At Night
Dirty Boogie Band
Program subject to change without notice.
Sunday 20 January MC Felicity Whelan 10:45am
Southern Sounds Chorus
Peninsula Folk Club
Geoff Achison & The Soul Diggers Program subject to change without notice.
Challenge Arena Ever wanted to try swing dance, martial arts, yoga, or a range of other activities, but never had the chance? This is the perfect opportunity to ‘have a go’ at the Festival’s Challenge Arena. You can watch the demonstrations and then jump in to try them out. It’s a great way to have fun and learn while you’re at it!
10:00am The Yoga House / Hip Cat Circus 11:00am Fudoshin Ryu Martial Arts 12noon AMF Bowling 1:00pm Bayside Bullets Cheerleading 2:00pm Dynamite Dance 3:00pm Goodlife Health Clubs Mega Class 4:00pm MarShere Langwarrin Latin Dance 5:00pm Dynamite Dance
10:00am The People’s Playhouse 11:00am AMF Bowling 12noon Monash - Zumba 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 5:00pm
Fudoshin Ryu Martial Arts Swing Patrol Dynamite Dance Goodlife Health Clubs Mega Class MarShere Langwarrin Latin Dance
Program subject to change without notice.
Lifestyle Hub Visit the Lifestyle Hub and enjoy a range of activities including Giant Chess thanks to Frankston Chess Club, find out more about the Frankston Environmental Friends Network.
Visit Know Your Own Skin, have a chat with the SES volunteers, play beach cricket with Nine News and have your photo with the Logie on the red carpet. Have a go at throwing the newspaper in the letterbox with Leader Newspapers and have a free health check with Worksafe Victoria, find out more about South East Waterâ€™s projects, their interactive kidâ€™s workshops and check out all the great toys and educational equipment available from the Frankston Toy Library.