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Only a two minute drive from the studio, park your car and start at the briars to grab a map and work out the best suited type of walk for you. There are relaxed and easy 45 minute boardwalks with bird look outs and you may even spot wild kangaroos, emus, lizards, echidnas or lots of varieties of…
Situated at Mount Martha, the Briars is made up of a wildlife sanctuary with walking trails, one of the oldest homesteads on the Mornington Peninsula, a native plant nursery, picnic grounds and an astronomy centre. Keep your eyes open for the emus.
The Briars has a range of wonderful walks and National Trust Properties plus a quaint cafe and fine dining restaurant. On the 4km walk loop walk you can see lots of beautiful Australian wildlife including emus, wallabies, koalas and native birds. I highly recommend a visit. It is free to visit.
Visit the Briars Homestead, one the the Peninsula's oldest properties, and wander the gardens. Or, visit the wildlife sanctuary and follow one of the many walking trails.