Project update

About Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre (FSCRC)

Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre (at 55 Towerhill Road) offers a wide range of activities and services for the Community. It has a large indoor stadium, a number of multi-purpose rooms for hire and Frankie's Cafe. The Community Centre is also home to many organisations and provides social connection, health and wellbeing and learning opportunities.

Help shape the future of the Community Centre

We want FSCRC to be a place where locals come to meet, learn, be inspired and supported.

We are asking for your suggestions to help us as we look to the future. We invite you to participate in our pop ups, survey, and/or suggestions box below, and consider what is needed to make FSCRC the heart of our local community.

Complete our survey go into the draw to win one of four $50 gift voucher to Frankie’s Café at FSCRC. Or be one of the first 50 to chat with us at our pop ups to receive a coffee voucher!

Complete our online survey below and enter to win!

  • Talk with us in-person & get a free barista coffee

    • Tues 2 May:

    11am to 1pm - Heatherhill Road Shops

    2:30pm to 4pm - FSCRC

    • Fri 5 May:

    11am to 1pm - Norman Ave Shops

    • Sat 6 May:

    10am to 12pm - Foot St Shops

    • Sun 7 May:

    10am to 12pm - Norman Ave Shops

    • Tues 9 May:

    8:30 to 9:30am - FSCRC

    • Thurs 11 May:

    2:30pm to 4pm - FSCRC

    Note: Coffee from local cafe at Shops engagements, from Frankie's Cafe at FSCRC. Limit 1 per respondent, while stocks last.

What is your suggestion to make the Community Centre the heart of Frankston South for you, your friends and family?

9 May, 2023

judycorcoran says:

activites for the older people (over 80) who are reasonably fit.

9 May, 2023

Kristen says:

Events! Family movie nights, monthly community BBQs, activities for kids, co-working space. Have a look at Cranbourne West Community Centre!

9 May, 2023

Blaire says:

Massage practitioner

9 May, 2023

Jo says:

Being open for longer hours so that everyone can participate!

8 May, 2023

Kim says:

A local op shop including offering secondhand overport school uniforms etc

8 May, 2023

Kim says:

Signage/noticeboard outside showing what is available. As a new local resident I have walked up and turned around as unsure what's there.

8 May, 2023

bradleyc says:

Talks, dances, movie nights, skill sharing, activities for all ages, clearly indicate who the class is for eg. beg, intermed, advanced

1 May, 2023

Socrates says:

Bean bags, poetry, performance and philosophy

20 April, 2023

Agesa says:

Provide more advertising so locals know what is on offer

Participate in our Frankston South Community and Recreation Centre (FSCRC) Survey 2023 to go into the draw to win one of four $50 gift voucher to Frankie’s Café at FSCRC.

Enter by adding your email address at the end of the survey, you receive one entry to the competition. Winner will be drawn and notified 22-24 May 2023.

Frankston City Council will collate all competition entries (individual's contact details) and assign a number to them. Staff will then use an online random number generator ( to choose four numbers (representing the four winners) within a number range (number range will start at one (1) and finish at the last competition entry). Personal information will not be entered into the random number generator.

The four winners will be drawn at random and notified via the email address and/or phone number provided as part of their submission. The winners will be directed to call FSCRC, identify themselves and be given a $50 tab at the cafe to use within 1 year. Community centre staff will have received confirmation of Winners name's via email.

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