Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment
The Victorian Government is investing $63 million in the Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment to deliver a safer, more modern place of business and activity and grow investment towards the long term-vision of a revitalised Frankston city centre.
The Frankston Revitalisation Board, chaired by Member for Frankston Paul Edbrooke MP and comprising senior local leaders from key partners, will oversee the implementation of the redevelopment, including:
- Rebuilding Frankston station, consolidating the buses on Young Street and upgrading the subway
- Improving Young Street by creating a high quality pedestrian streetscape
- Providing better pedestrian connections with key destinations
- Creating new public plazas.
Frankston station design competition
A competition for Australian registered architects to create their vision for the new Frankston railway station attracted 39 entries. Five entries were shortlisted by the jury to proceed to Stage 2 of the competition and the jury met in early March to select the winner.
Genton Architecture's design for the new Frankston station was chosen by the competition jury as the unanimous winner among five finalists.
Genton Architecture will work with the Victorian Government to further develop their design, with construction starting in late 2017.
The jury for the Frankston Station Design Competition was:
- Chair, Victorian Government Architect - Jill Garner, Vic
- Architect, Adjunct Professor - Peter Elliott AM, Vic
- Urban Designer - Felicity Stewart, NSW
- CEO Frankston City Council - Dennis Hovenden, Vic
- State Member for Frankston - Paul Edbrooke
- Director DEDJTR - Geoff Oulton, Vic
The competition adviser and registrar was Sydney-based architect Stephen Varady.
More information on Genton Architecture's entry is available at the Frankston Revitalisation Hub on the corner of Young and Balmoral streets, opposite the station.
For information about Genton Architecture, visit the Genton Architecture website.
Artist Impression of Genton Architecture's winning design
- Frankston Station Precinct Design Conditions and Brief 2016 Frankston-Station-Precinct-Design-Conditions-and-Brief-2016.pdf (PDF 9572.04 KB)
Young Street Improvement project
The transformation of Young Street between Wells and Beach streets started in October.
The works are being carried out on by Seymour Whyte, a leading ASX-listed infrastructure, engineering and construction company delivering major projects nationally across the transport, utilities and resources sectors.
VicRoads is managing the Young Street Improvement project, which will create a safer environment for pedestrians, improve bus operations and provide better connection with the Frankston Station precinct and surrounding facilities. The project is expected to be completed by mid-2017.
For more information visit Young St improvements, Frankston on the VicRoads website.
- Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment - Master Plan Recommendations SummaryFrankston Station Precinct Redevelopment Summary (PDF 370.99 KB)
- Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment Master Plan Frankston Station Precinct Master Plan (PDF 3187.43 KB)
- Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment Master Plan – Appendix A Frankston Station Precinct Appendix A.pdf (PDF 286.44 KB)
- Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment Master Plan – Appendix B Frankston-Station-Precinct-Appendix-B (PDF 4023.41 KB)
- Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment Master Plan – Appendix C Frankston Station Precinct Appendix C (PDF 8224.71 KB)
- Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment Master Plan – Appendix D Frankston Station Precinct Appendix D (PDF 131.47 KB)
- 30 November 2015 - Board To Lead Frankston Station Precinct Transformation
- 26 August 2015 - Frankston Precinct Taskforce Recommendations Released
- 22 January 2015 - Taskforce will transform Frankston Station
- 30 June 2016 - Work On New Frankston Station Precinct Starts Next Week
- 13 December 2016 - Five Finalists Vie To Shape New Frankston Station
- 27 March 2017 - Design of New Frankston Station Revealed
For more information about the Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment, contact the project team:
Page last reviewed on 31 March 2017