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Frankston Street Art Walks Are Back!

By Mikaela Fowler

Take a 1.5 hour tour around Frankston’s city centre and experience some of Melbourne’s freshest street art.

With your hot drink in hand, visit more than 20 mammoth murals around the city centre. With pieces from renown street art artists such as Smug, PichiAvo, DVATE, Vesod, Peata Ead, Phat1 and Lady Diva, you will be absolutely fascinated by the stories and inspiration that are now part of Frankston’s inner core.

Tours cost only $15 per person, which includes coffee, tea or hot chocolate. Street Art Tours will be limited to small groups respecting current social distancing guidelines.

Please note that bookings must be made in advance.

Tours run fortnightly on select dates:

Sunday 14 June
Saturday 27 June

Credit card bookings can be made at visitfrankston.com. EFTPOS and cash bookings are accepted at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre at 7N Pier Promenade on the Frankston Waterfront.

Street Art Tours can be easily accessed by car or public transport. The Street Art Walking Tours’ starting point is a short walk from Frankston Train Station.

Trip Advisor 5* Reviews:

michelleb: Today I went on the Street Art Walking Tour in Frankston, absolutely blown away at the quality and quantity of art in the back lanes and alleys of Frankston. Tour guide was very knowledgeable and explained the varying artists and artwork so we could get the full appreciation of what we were looking at, would highly recommend this tour 1 1/2 hours plus right near the beach and wonderful places to eat & drink at the end of the tour, do yourself a favour and book a tour today.

JudithM: “Our guide Sue from the Centre clearly loves showing off these secrets which are created by local and international artists and pop up in the most unexpected places- many with a socially sensitive message – others with just a burst of colourful intensity.”

Michaela C: “This tour gives a whole different perspective on Frankston. An hour and half walk. The art is amazing and coffee included too. Great way to see Frankston.”

Tishounette: “My kids took me on this tour for Mother’s Day and we all enjoyed it immensely. The artwork is spectacular and the tour guides very knowledgeable and friendly.”

Source: www.visitfrankston.com

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