This is a condensed guide to some of the organisations and clubs mentioned by those who contributed to this oral history. A comprehensive list of organisations and local clubs and societies is available in the Frankston City Community Directory 2000, available from Frankston City Council.


Heatherhill Cricket Club
Bruce Park, Margaret Avenue, Frankston 3199

Country Women's Association - Frankston
33 Beach Street, Frankston 3199

Fellowship of Australian Writers,
Mornington Peninsula Community House,
Albert Street, Mornington 3931

Frankston District Scout Association
Dist. Comm, Russell Bradd
PO Box 661 Frankston 3199

Frankston Football Club
Mr Bryan Mace
PO Box 354 Frankston 3199

Frankston Historical Society
Ballam Park Homestead
Frankston 3199

Frankston Yacht Club
Frankston Foreshore, Frankston 3199

Greek Orthodox Community of
Frankston and Peninsula

2 Petrie Street Frankston 3199

Kananook Creek Association Inc
Seaford Community Hall, Seaford 3198

Neighborhood Watch - District Office
Mornington Police Complex,
8 Main Street, Mornington 3931

Operation Larder
Mrs Ron Williams
36 Gowrie Avenue, Frankston 3199

Order of Australia Association
Mornington Peninsula Branch
Mr Tom Newman OAM
PO Box 5154, Frankston South 3199

Peninsula Ex-Service Women's Sub-Branch
Frankston RSL, Cranbourne Road, Frankston 3199

Red Cross - Frankston Unit
St Pauls Hall, High Street, Frankston 3199
Wesley Church Hall, High Street Frankston 3199

Royal Naval Association (Port Phillip Bay Branch)
36 Barretts Road, Baxter 3911

RSL Frankston Branch
183 Cranbourne Road, Frankston 3199

State Emergency Service - Frankston
Unit 32A McCulloch Avenue, Seaford 3198
PO Box 570 Frankston 3199

Uniting Church, St Andrews
16-18 High Street, Frankston 3199

Uniting Church, Wesley
26 High Street, Frankston 3199