Situated approximately 5km from the heart of busy Frankston, Ballam Park is an oasis of tranquility where the visitor is able to step back in time, back to the days of rustling silk crinolines and the creaking of harness. This feeling of “olde worlde” charm is apparent from the moment you turn into the leafy drive opening onto Cranbourne Road.
The collection of farm machinery and implements, the Blacksmiths Shop, the Museum and Tea Rooms combine to make a tranquil and unique experience.
Opening times & Admissions
The Tea Rooms are open every Sunday from 1pm – 5pm. Excluding the 5th Sunday of the month.
Guided tours through the house and museum available every Sunday from 1pm – 4pm Excluding the 5th Sunday of the month.
Admission to the grounds of the homestead is free
Adults – $7.00
Pensioners – $6.00
Children under 14 – $4.00
Children under 5 – Free
Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) – $16.00
*Please Note there is NO eftpos facilities available
** Frankston City News issue July/Aug 2018 incorrectly stated tours are free. Prices are as set above.
The taking of photographs in the park grounds is not permitted without prior
arrangement with the President of the Society – Glenda Viner.
|Taking photographs inside the house or museum is not permitted.|