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The Waterfront Festival 2017


From 11am on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 January 2017 at Frankston's Waterfront.
Art and Craft

Art and Craft Show

Located at the Mechanics Institute.
Banana Boat Beach

Banana Boat Beach

Head down to the beach to have a go on the giant Banana Boat Beach Obstacle Challenge.
Family Play

Family Play Zone and Fun Fair with Rides and Amusements

Chill out in the Family Play Zone or join the excitement at the Fun Fair.
Food Truck Square Festival Dining

Food Truck Square Festival Dining

Tantalise your tastebuds and relax with family and friends with a range of gourmet food.
Garden Bar

Garden Bar - Beer, Wine and Cider

Proudly presented by Bay City Holden.
About the Waterfront Festival

Important Information

Car park closures, pets, parking info and much more.
Lifestyle

Lifestyle Zone

Proudly pesented by Core24 Health Clubs.
Live n Local

Live ‘n’ Local - Main Stage

Dance in the sun or chill out to local live music with everything from blues, indie, pop, rock, funk and more.
Make, Bake, Sew or Grow Market Place

Make, Bake, Sew or Grow Market Place

Proudly presented by Springfree Trampoline.


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