DELIVERING THE FRANKSTON REGIONAL ARTS TRAIL
An Albanese Labor Government will invest $2 million to deliver the Frankston Regional Arts Trail, connecting many of Dunkley’s premier tourist attractions with an immersive arts and cultural experience.
The 7.4 kilometre walking and cycling trail will wind its way from the Frankston Foreshore to the McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery in Langwarrin, connecting existing cycling and nature trails.
Partnering with other levels of government, Federal Labor’s investment will deliver:
- Nine sculptures and three murals with improvements to urban design requirements.
- Connecting paths to Cruden Farm, Ballam Park, Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve and Mulberry Hill.
- Pathways to Sweetwater Creek Nature Reserve, Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve down to the base of Oliver’s Hill.
- Connecting with the local Aboriginal gathering place – Nairm Marr Djambana – to help build and strengthen cultural understanding.
Frankston City Council has listed the Frankston Regional Arts Trail as a priority project. What is needed is a Commonwealth Government ready to partner with the local community to deliver it. An Albanese Labor Government will do just that.