SkyBus Stadium, traditionally known as Frankston Oval, is the home ground of VFL club Frankston Dolphins. The ground is located in the beachside suburb of Frankston and has views overlooking the bay. It features a historical grandstand which was re-built after it was destroyed by a fire in 2008, and is capable of seating 1,000 spectators undercover. There is terracing opposite the grandstand as well as a modern two-story pavilion which features a large function centre with views of the oval and across the water. The total capacity of Frankston Oval is around 8,000.
The ground is a narrow one and is not used for cricket and therefore provides 12 months usage for Australian football. It features 1000-lux lighting to allow for the broadcast of night matches. The four large light towers were completed in October 2020 and it's hoped they'll attract night AFLW and VFL matches to the venue. Internal car parking is available as well as extensive external car parking. The Frankston Football Club fully licensed social club is capable of seating up to 250 people. Frankston Oval is officially known as SkyBus Stadium following a naming-rights deal in 2018.