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A community kitchen garden to share, connect and grow.

Whether you have a green thumb or want to learn, the Mount Martha Community Garden is an opportunity to connect with others and share knowledge. You will find them in the Cottage (back of Mt Martha House).

The garden is open 24/7 for you to peruse. You can also attend one of their workshops to expand your knowledge. If you can spare an hour a day, week, or month, come and join in whatever needs to be done in the garden.

Pop in and say hello as friends meet every Thursday 1pm-3pm.

For more information you can visit their website or Facebook page

DAY/S: Thursday weekly

TIME: 1.00pm – 3.00pm

This group continues during School Holidays


Some workshop event costs may vary from time to time.

Register for this program HERE

The recycling trailer has come and gone from Mount Martha House!
Find out its current location here – mornpen.vic.gov.au/recyclingtrailer
you know Mount Martha House is home to one of Mount Martha Rotary Club’s container deposit cages?
Bring along your 10c eligible containers to their cage to donate to their fundraising efforts, by doing so, you are further supporting the community we love! 

Peninsula Bushwalking Club brings together enthusiastic walkers who enjoy exploring the joys of bushwalking.

We encourage you to come and join us as we explore the Mornington Peninsula, regional Victoria, interstate, and also overseas destinations. We want you to explore your horizons and join some like-minded, friendly people in your outdoor pursuits.

For more information, please visit Home (peninsulabushwalkingclub.org.au)

BERG Mt Martha is a bushland friends group established in 1997

Our group cares for the Balcombe Estuary Reserves in Mt Martha. We check the water quality of the estuary and restore the coastal vegetation. Balcombe Creek is the most extensive waterway and the largest intact estuary on the eastern side of Port Phillip. It helps to form a linking habitat corridor for indigenous flora and fauna. Our volunteers work to preserve this natural asset for current and future generations.

For more information

Phone: 0447 160 288
Email: info@berg.org.au