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Mount Martha is a seaside suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 68 kilometres (42 mi) south of Melbourne's central business district. Its local government area is the Shire of Mornington Peninsula. It is on the south-eastern shores of Port Phillip and offers a bathing beach. A boardwalk winds its way for more than 5 kilometres (3 mi) along the Balcombe Creek, its North beach mouth to the Briars Historic Park. The suburb's highest point bears the area's name and reaches 160 metres (520 ft). The peak was named in 1836 after Captain William Hobson’s mother, Martha Jones.It marks the start of the Selwyn fault, a geological formation which runs to the eastern Dandenong Ranges.
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