Mt Martha - Safety Beach

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  • Walk Length: 15 km
  • Walk duration: 5 - 6 hours
  • Walk Grade: Hard
  • Walk Style: One Way
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Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Day

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Mt Martha

Walk Area:  Melbourne - South

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  75 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details Collated:  October 2011

Walk Details Provided ByPeninsula Bushwalking Club & Catholic Walking Club of Victoria

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Getting There

Drive to Mt Martha on Nepean Highway.  Turn west at Craigie Rd and then south along Esplanade until you reach the car park at Watson Rd

Further Information

Briars Park has the historic Balcombe Homestead, a restuarant and kiosk.  The park is open between 9am and 5pm. The Balcombe Homestead is open between 10am and 4pm when volunteer Homestead Guides are on duty.  The Wildlife Sanctuary is closed to all park visitors on days of Total Fire Ban. The Homestead and the rest of the Park grounds will open as normal. Entry fee applies for the Homestead and bookings are recommended.

Further information on Briars Park 

Information on Mt Martha area including arboretum and Balcombe estuary

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