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How To Spend an Afternoon in Frankston

With its plum spot on Port Phillip Bay – and sitting right on the way from Melbourne to the Mornington Peninsula – you’d be forgiven for thinking Frankston is home to a beach and not much more. But there’s plenty else to explore in the suburb. To help you plan your next day out, we’ve put together some of our favourite spots to explore.

Drink: Coffee and more at Commonfolk
Commonfolk Frankston is a reliable outpost of the popular Mornington roaster and cafe. The ethically sourced coffee is a big draw, but so are the robust cafe meals, which show off a real international flair. There are Cuban and Indian-inspired sangas, a Ugandan curry, and American-esque comfort food like beef brisket bagels and bacon cheeseburgers. Vegans will be equally looked after, thanks to a stacked falafel bowl and a pumpkin-driven sandwich. And every coffee sold is 20 cents toward the in-house…

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