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Strategic Plan 2025 - 2030 Strategic Plan 2025 - 2030

The Committee for Frankston & Mornington Peninsula is the peak advocacy body for our region.

We provide strategic leadership, advocacy and influence to help attract government support and investment in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula. The Committee is an independent, non-partisan, member-based organisation which works beyond electoral cycles and partisan politics to enhance the social, economic, and environmental sustainability of our region.

The Committee for Frankston & Mornington Peninsula works collaboratively across industry, business, not-for-profits, and local government to influence a better Peninsula.


We seek to maintain and attract State and Federal Government investment within our region to help build a better future for Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. We will be bold in our advocacy goals and 'future-led' in our thinking.


As an independent, membership-based organisation, we work collaboratively with stakeholders, representatives, and policymakers to support the development of our region.


The Committee provides a forum and membership base for the leading organisations within our region who are united in our goals and advocacy objectives in promoting our region as a great place to work, live and invest.

Committee Members

Our member body includes leading businesses and organisations from a wide variety of sectors.
We especially thank our Corporate Gold Members and Community Partners for their positive contribution in the region.


Our Latest News

Members Briefing - Smacktalk with Wayne Holdsworth

Join Committee Members for a Members Briefing that can help make a difference and save lives. Join us for a 'Smacktalk' with Mac's father and FDBA CEO, Wayne Holdsworth.

Renewable Energy Terminal EES Recommences

The Committee for Frankston & Mornington Peninsula welcomes the news that the Port of Hastings is recommencing the Environmental Effects Statement (EES) process for the Victorian Renewable Energy Terminal (VRET).

Members Breakfast - August

Committee members are invited to our August Members Breakfast Briefing with Chisholm Institute in Rosebud on 6 August.

Federal and State Budgets 2024 - CFMP Statement

This month, the Victorian and Federal Government's delivered their respective budgets for 2024-2025. 

Frankston Hospital Redevelopment - Committee Briefing

Peninsula Health CEO Felicity Topp briefed the Committee for Frankston & Mornington Peninsula on the progress of the $1.1 billion redevelopment of Frankston Hospital.

Members Breakfast - July

Committee members are invited to our July Members Breakfast where we'll be launching our Strategic Plan 2025-2030.

Terminal outcome crucial for Offshore Wind industry

With the awarding of feasibility licences for offshore wind projects off Gippsland coast now awarded, the future of the Port of Hastings and Victoria's Renewable Energy Terminal is now more important than ever.

RPPFM Peninsula Talks - Live from CFMP's Future Forum

Listen to RPPFM - Your Peninsula Radio recap the Committee's Future Forum held last week in Frankston. Hear interviews from our keynote speaker and demographer Simon Kuestenmacher, Dunkley MP Jodie Belyea, and Committee CEO Josh Sinclair.

Members Breakfast - Briefing on Frankston Hospital Redevelopment

CFMP Members are invited to a breakfast briefing from Peninsula Health CEO Felicity Topp on the $1.1 billion redevelopment of the Frankston Hospital.

Future Proofing Frankston & the Peninsula

More than 170 people packed the Frankston Football Club to take part in the Committee's Inaugural Future Forum on 16 April, 2024.

RPPFM Peninsula Talks - April 2024

CEO Josh Sinclair talks with Brendon Telfer about the Committee's Future Forum in Frankston this month.

Frankston City and Chisholm Institute join Committee

Frankston City Council and Chisholm Institute have joined the Committee for Frankston & Mornington Peninsula as Community Partner Members, bolstering regional advocacy efforts.

Our Purpose

The Committee was formed because we can and must do a better job at attracting State and Federal Government funding, policy attention and sustainable investment.

In 2023, the Committee for Greater Frankston and Committee for Mornington Peninsula merged to better advocate for our region with a collective, united and powerful voice.

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