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General Public Frankston

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by EricaL (subscribe)
High school teacher and writer living in Melbourne, Australia.
Published September 30th 2022
Indoor fun for everyone
Looking for an indoor fun house to entertain your crew? General Public Frankston ticks all the boxes.

General Public Frankston
Big Slide at General Public Frankston

You can't miss General Public's double-level entertainment centre, located on Playne St, a block away from Hoyts Cinemas. This one-shop fun stop is everything you need to amuse your family or friends, with:

  • 9 tenpin bowling lanes

  • Retro arcade games and pinball machines

  • Pool tables

  • Shufl boards

  • Two bards

  • Yummy hot and cold food (including pizzas, gelati and donuts!)

  • A super-cool tube slide from the top floor to the bottom

    General Public Frankston
    General Public Frankston

    In addition, there are five function rooms ready for you to host your next kids party or celebration. There's also a rooftop carpark that doubles up as a function space.

    Bowling at General Public
    Bowling at General Public

    Are you ready to try out General Public? Book a lane or a table in advance [recommended] by heading to

    Retro games
    Retro games at General Public Frankston

    Plus, the entertainment doesn't stop in Funky Town, because General Public has a sister venue in Dingley and that equals extra fun!
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    Why? Indoor fun
    When: Monday to Sunday. 10am till late.
    Phone: 1300 576 740
    Where: 16-22 Playne Street Frankston, VIC, 3199
    Cost: $$
    Your Comment
    The Big Slide looks ominous but at least you can't fall out. I remember the metal slides in playgrounds when I was young and many kids fell off the sides. I recall more than one broken arm amongst my school classmates. I remember these slides as being frighteningly tall but that was through the eyes of a young child, so perhaps they were/nt so big after all.
    by Gayle Beveridge-Marien (score: 4|10456) 175 days ago
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