Still time to provide ideas about Briars’ future
Published on 31 January 2018
Mornington Peninsula Shire is developing a long-term plan for The Briars, the community’s much-loved Mount Martha property.
The Briars Master Plan will look 10-15 years into the future and articulate how the natural, cultural and heritage values of The Briars and the Mornington Peninsula will be celebrated.
The Briars is a beautiful 230ha property in Mount Martha. Visitors can enjoy walks and wildlife spotting through the wildlife sanctuary or become immersed in history with a tour through the heritage homestead. The Shire Nursery offers a range of beautiful native and indigenous plants for home gardens while the Eco-Living Display Centre provides visitors with all the tips and tricks needed to make a home resource efficient. These are just some of the exciting visitor experiences offered at the Briars.
Mornington Peninsula Shire Mayor Councillor Bryan Payne said “we want The Briars to become a part of your backyard – somewhere you visit, love and return to”.
“There’s still time to provide input into the development of the master plan - it’s important for us to hear your ideas, no matter how small or how grand, for what you would like the site to become and how you’d like to use it.
Drop in and have your say
In person: At the Briars Visitor Centre or at one of the Shire’s customer service centres.