About Frankston campus

Map showing location of Chisholm Frankston campus, Fletcher Road.Frankston campus offers a wide range of courses and facilities to support the training needs of students. Buildings A and B form the $85m Frankston Learning and Innovation Precinct, which was officially opened in late 2019. Building B is dedicated to technical trades and has the latest workshop design and fit-out for plumbing, building and carpentry, electrical, electrotechnology and engineering.

The adjacent Building A is home to courses in Hair, Beauty and Wellness with training in-house in the Mysa Hair and Beauty Salon. Level 2 Early Childhood Education has expansive play areas and children’s washroom facilities while on Level 3, Health and Allied Health courses are delivered in state-of-the art model hospital wards, pathology and dental clinics.

The Precinct also has a comprehensive library with study and online support, and computer access for students. The Student Enrolment Hub located on Level One will assist prospective and current students with course and career information, and support through the application and enrolment process.  

Our Frankston campus also has a cafeteria and student-operated restaurant. It’s located adjacent to Samuel Sherlock Reserve, which incorporates a skate park and the Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre (PARC), and is a short walk from the revitalised Frankston Railway Station.

 

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Address

Fletcher Road, Frankston

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Transport options

Student car parking including accessibility parking
Metro bus: 789, 790, 791
Bus stop: Frankston Railway Station/Fletcher Rd, Frankston
Metro bus: 770, 771, 772, 773, 774, 775, 776, 779, 780, 781, 782, 783, 784, 785, 788, 789, 790, 791, 832, 833.
Bus stop: Frankston Railway Station/Young St, Frankston
Metro train: Frankston Railway Station platform 1 (200m). Frankston Station is currently undergoing major construction works. For the latest news regarding this project, read Frankston's Level Crossing Removal News.