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Once a down at heel Melbourne suburb, Frankston’s arts scene has revived the neighbourhood. Theatre, colourful murals and an influx of new waterside restaurants are helping to make it a more attractive place to visit or pass through on your way to the beach and Mornington Peninsula. 41 km south-east of the Melbourne city centre, Frankston is known as the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula and is the last bastion of affordable real estate near the ocean.
It’s home to several notable restaurants. Frankston Waterfront Restaurant serves premium international cuisine, with a premium view to boot. Waves on the Beach is ideal for casual dining by the seaside with friends or family. Nepean Highway itself is bustling with family and budget friendly restaurants, including pizza, Greek, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian and Japanese cuisines.