Tarnbuk Centre

Visitor Guidelines

Visitor Guidelines are in place at all Peninsula Health locations as part of our response to COVID-19. For all visiting principles, guidelines for speciality areas, and mask requirements, please refer to the visitor guidelines.

The Tarnbuk Centre is a dedicated mental health location, that combines Peninsula Health’s Mental Health, and the Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD), teams together in the one facility, to improve continuity of care for consumers.

The name of the centre comes from the Indigenous language meaning ‘to pick yourself up and get better’, in an aim to break down some of the previous barriers for people in seeking treatment and accessing the support they need.


Getting to the Tarnbuk Centre

The Tarnbuk Centre is located in close proximity to public transport networks.

Patients, visitors, and staff are are able to access the Tarnbuk Centre by bus, train or taxi services. The Public Transport Victoria website  can help you plan your journey.

Council monitored on street parking is available to those who choose to drive to Frankston Community Health.


Directions on Google Maps