Frankston is one of the suburbs in Victoria which is located at 41km south east of Melbourne. Also, the suburb is located 21km south-west of Dandenong, 11km north-east of Mornington and 21km north-west of Hastings. The suburb is called as "the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula" due to its geographical location and, also it is the well known seaside destination in Melbourne.The land area covers only 20.8km2 and the post code of this region is 3199. Suburbs which are surrounded by Frankston are Port Philip, Seaford, Frankston North, Langwarrin and Langwarrin South.

Climate conditions in Frankston

Frankston experiences a temperate oceanic climate as same as the rest of the metropolitan area of the capital city. The temperature in this region is prevalently around 2 deg Celsius and it is cooler than Melbourne. However, the temperature hover around 25 degrees Celsius in the months of January and February. The average recorded rainfall throughout the year is about 695mm, in which the rainfall in the months from April to October dominates the most.

Tourist attractions and shopping centre in Flankston

Flankston has some lovely tourist spots such as Arts centre, Port Philip, Karingal Hub Shopping centre, Bayside shopping centres, Frankston park, Frankston-Baxter Trail etc.