Do you have a new business or public space activation idea for Frankston?
The state government kicked off last year’s “Covid-safe” outdoor dining program, and now Frankston Council has expanded the concept by seeking local commercial operators to “activate” some of the municipality’s most-popular public open spaces this coming summer as part of its “Do It Outdoors – Destinations” campaign.
The council is offering 12-month licences for outdoor activities of all kinds in places such as the foreshore, reserves, parks, gardens and car parks across the municipality. Suggestions so far include food trucks, yoga in the park, beach volleyball and other physical or adventure activities, outdoor cinema and markets.
Online applications close 24 September. More detail can be found here.