With over 4,000 members and growing, the Frankston District Netball Association is one of the largest sports associations in our region. In fact, netball and basketball in Frankston City are so popular that Jubilee Park Stadium is at capacity, with no room for new participants.
Once built, an upgraded Jubilee Park will mean Frankston City is ready to host major regional netball and basketball events and welcome more players.
Cricket Victoria has already set its sights on creating a regional home at Jubilee Park, including moving offices and jobs into the redeveloped facility.
With new indoor training facilities, an enlarged third oval, and brand new female-friendly amenities, upgrading Jubilee Park will bring regional cricket and football to Frankston and secure availability for new players into the future.
We have a plan to fix this.
Working with local clubs, Frankston City Council has developed a plan to transform Jubilee Park indoor stadium. Redesigned from the ground-up, this project will make Frankston a regional hub for netball, football, basketball and cricket.
The new facility will include:
- Six multi-purpose indoor courts, including a 1,000-seat show court
- Elite training facilities for multiple sports
- Female-friendly change rooms and a crèche for players and spectators
- State-of-the-art café, community meeting and function rooms
How can you help?
Frankston City Council has invested in completing all major planning work, consulted with key stakeholders and committed nearly $10.5 million to getting this facility built.
But projects of this size can’t be funded by Council alone – we need the state and federal governments to contribute. Adding your voice will show local politicians that we need action on this project urgently.
You can do this by:
Signing up to receive updates on Council’s Future Frankston campaign below
Writing to your local Member of Parliament (State and Federal) and candidates expressing what this project will mean to you (and/or the community)
Spreading the word on social media by sharing posts by Council and using the hashtag #FutureFrankston