Mount Martha Public Park


Well defined walking trails traverse this 53 hectare reserve linking the picnic area to the summit and a viewing tower with panoramic views over Port Phillip Bay and Arthurs Seat to the south.

The park has been a favourite picnic spot for generations with basic facilities provided at the Park Road entrance.

Grassy Woodland is a dominant feature of the reserve with small pockets of remnant Snow Gums around the summit.

Main access point: Park Road.

Other access points: Various pedestrian access points, including Bradford Road.

Walks: Circuit walks on unmade tracks.

Parking: Park Road.

Friends Group: Joining a Friends Group is a great way to be involved in your local community and helps protect biodiversity. Friend's of Mount Martha Park are active in this reserve. The Shire also partners with 50 other friends groups across the Peninsula. For further information visit our Friends Groups page.

Dogs: Dogs are PERMITTED in this reserve and are required to be under the effective control of a chain, cord or leash. For further information on leash-free and dog prohibited areas visit, Leash-free areas

Take a look at iNaturalist to see the plants and animals the community have recorded in this area – Observations · iNaturalist



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