Situated at Mount Martha on the Mornington Peninsula, is a beautiful, rural property known as “The Briars,” a delightful old Homestead.
Warringine Park is one of the best-kept secrets on the Mornington Peninsula. It was declared a conservation park in 1994 and came under Mornington Peninsula Shire management in 2006.
Here is a guide to Indigenous plants on the Mornington Peninsula.
The Mornington Peninsula features more than 200 bushland reserves.
The Shire manages more than 40 reserves on the peninsula. Sporting Reserves are available for seasonal and casual hire on application.
The Mornington Peninsula has a diverse geological history with granite intrusions, older volcanic basalt and younger calcareous dunes.
The Police Point Recreation and Conservation Plan was adopted by Council on 10 September 2012, and will be progressively implemented as funds permit.
The Safety Beach Bay Trail is approximately 3.5km long, and links the Dromana foreshore with the cliffs overlooking Safety Beach at the Martha Cove Marina.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is home to over 148 beautiful parks, gardens, recreation areas and playgrounds.
If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact us through the National Relay Service.
TTY/voice calls: 133 677 Speak and listen: 1300 555 727 SMS relay: 0423 677 767
Please be aware that CCTV cameras are in operation at a number of Shire buildings, including municipal offices, recreation centres and youth centres.
In the spirit of respect, Mornington Peninsula Shire acknowledges the people and elders of Boon Wurrung/Bunurong, members of the Kulin Nation, who have traditional connections to the land and waters on which council operates.