2014 Location Partners (Frankston)

Our location partners turned over their spaces to performers and producers for the fifteen days of the festival. Their commitment to the Frankston community and support for local artists is why we think they’re amazing!



9 Network Drive,Carrum Downs

We are the Newest, Biggest, Safest and most versatile centre engineered to the latest Australian Safety Standards. All adventure activities at Bayside Rock are within the one INDOOR facility with access all year round and not dependant on weather conditions! Bayside Rock is proudly owned, operated and staffed by a family of Experienced Rock Climbers.

Tel: 03 9775 1557


Fletcher Road,Frankston

Chisholm is one of Victoria’s largest training and education providers. It offers over 250 nationally recognised qualifications on campus, online and in the workplace to close to 40,000 students each year. One of the largest of seven locations in Victoria, the beachside Frankston campus services a wide range of training needs from school programs and VCE to certificate courses and degrees. Centrally located, it’s close to the shopping precinct and has easy access to transport.

Web: http://www.chisholm.edu.au/
Tel: 1300 244 746

CUBE 37 @ Frankston Arts Centre

37 Davy Street, Frankston 3199

Cube 37 is the community access space featuring gallery and digital exhibition spaces, a 194 capacity theatre and multipurpose performance space, as well as a variety of workshop spaces. Cube is home to a range of local art groups and runs a wide program of workshops and events throughout the year.

Email: cube37@frankston.vic.gov.au
Tel: 03 9784 1896


96 Young St, Frankston 3199

A delightful cafe that brings to Downtown Frankston a cool inner-city vibe. Recently listed in The Age good cafe guide 2014, this is no generic cafe. Here you’ll experience an abundance of quirky character, exceptional & friendly service, beautiful food and fantastic coffee.

Web: http://www.facebook.com/eenymeenycafe
Tel: 03 8774 4236


60 Playne Street, Frankston

Frankston City Libraries offers free membership with access to a range of books, movies, music, eBooks, eMagazines and lots more. We also have free wifi, public access computers, printing and photocopying. We host a wide range of events including storytime, live music, local history and homework clubs.

We have libraries at Frankston and Carrum Downs as well as outreach locations across the city. We have meeting spaces, XBox and Wii, a cafe, study rooms and so much more. Visit us now and see all we have to offer!

Web: http://library.frankston.vic.gov.au/
Tel:03 9784 1020


14 Heversham Dve, Seaford

Gateway Worship and Performing Arts Centre (GWPAC) is a multi-purpose venue run by Gateway Family Church. Close to the Seaford exit from Eastlink Freeway, it allows convenient access from both the Peninsula and Eastern Suburbs.

Web: http://gateway.asn.au/
Tel: 03 9785 7500[/vc_column_text]


We are always on the lookout for the hidden and not so hidden gems in Frankston to host  a performance next year.

So, why be a partner?

  • We bring customers to your door with a show on your premises
  • Be in this program as a Hosting Partner, distributed to 20,000 addresses throughout Frankston
  • Marketing and promotion through our web site and online channels
  • Invitations to other Anywhere events
  • Provide a unique  experience for your customers and employees
  • Be part of an exciting local community based initiative supporting local artists

Contact us at paul {@} anywherefest.com or call on 03 9013 6443 to discuss.



1N Plowman Place, Frankston

Recently renovated to its former glory the Mechanics Institute is situated on the corner of Plowman Place and Nepean Highway with sweeping views of Frankston Waterfront. Available for casual hire, the venue has a large hall with stage and kitchen facilities as well as two meeting rooms. It is ideally suited for performances and community events.

Email: halls@frankston.vic.gov.au
Tel: 03 1300 322 322


390 McClelland Dr, Langwarrin

Set in 16 hectares of landscaped gardens and bushland, McClelland’s outdoor sculpture collection showcases over 100 works by prominent Australian sculptors. McClelland also has three indoor exhibition spaces that accommodate temporary exhibitions and collection displays, a licensed café and a retail store to compliment your experience. Entry by donation.

Web: http://www.mcclellandgallery.com/
Tel: 03  9789 1671


385 Golf Links Rd, Langwarrin South

Mulberry Hill is a historical house and estate, open on Sundays for guided tours, and available for wedding, function, group tour and education bookings. The Spencer Leason Reserve, located on the property is open daily. Mulberry Hill is renowned as the home of Sir Daryl and Lady Joan Lindsay author of “Picnic at Hanging Rock”.

Web: http://www.nationaltrust.org.au
Tel: 03 9656 9804


36 Wells St, Frankston

Eat. Drink. Experience! The focus at Rocotillos is on fabulous fresh food and good old fashion service with the ingredients being sourced locally and ethically – be prepared to be surprised.  Rocotillos offers a licensed cafe, catering,events, functions and a gourmet produce area.

Web: http://www.rocotillos.com.au/
Tel: 03 9783 1631


5N Pier Promenade,(Next to Frankston Pier), Frankston

Sofia Family Restaurant, located on the beach, with full restaurant offering our Famous Pizza and Home Made Pasta, plus our famous signature dish the Fried Fritto Misto with a selection of fresh seafood, home made tartare sauce & salad.

Web: http://sofiafrankston.com.au/
Tel: 03 9781 3303


499 Nepean Hwy, Frankston

The newly refurbish Grand Hotel is a complete entertainment complex. With a sports bar and TAB,  lounge bar and a family bistro we have an offer for everyone. Our bistro offers two for one selected main meals 7 days a week and we offer a variety of entertainment in our sports and lounge bars. Restaurant, Sports Bar and Grand Bar.

Web: http://www.grandhotelfrankston.com.au/
Tel: 03 9783 7388


6N Cranbourne Rd, (located on the Samuel Sherlock Reserve), Frankston

Frankston Skate Park is one of the highest profile and largest free skate facilities in Australia with more than 50,000 visitors annually. Managed and staffed by YMCA in partnership with the Frankston City Council the facility provides a safe, friendly and positive environment for all members of the Frankston community regardless of age, race or socio economic background.

Web: http://www.skatepark.ymca.org.au
Tel: 03 9769 6579