Frankston City Council is inviting commercial operators to make use of public open spaces as part of its Do It Outdoors – Destinations campaign. In a statement, the council said businesses would be able to set up temporary, long-term commercial operations in specific parks, public spaces and sites throughout Frankston City, “creating energetic, magnetic locations for our community to enjoy”. Foreshore Reserve, Ballam Park, Beauty Park, Station Street Mall, Clyde Street Mall, Sandfield Reserve, Southgateway Reserve and the Lyrebird Community Centre carpark are available for 12-month licences in 2021-22.
“Council aims to become the epicentre of innovation, growth, industry, modernity and thinking, and you can be a part of that ethos,” the statement said. “Whether your business is to provide a nibble, sip, stomp, chill, play or shop, you can Do It Outdoors and bring your commercial activity to our public open spaces and help create Destinations for Frankston City. From yoga in the park and food trucks at dusk to volleyball on the beach or markets by the bay, our public open spaces are eager to thrive with a packed calendar of outdoor adventures and vibrant urban experiences.”
Online applications close at 5pm on Friday, September 24.