The Briars Park is one of the Mornington Peninsula's oldest properties. The park, a wonderful example of cultural landscape, contains an 1840's Homestead which houses a Napoleonic Collection and various out buildings that were required in early pioneer times. A 96 hectare wildlife reserve allows visitors to experience native flora and fauna via a series of walking tracks and boardwalks and an excellent Visitor Centre display and audio visual is an ideal introduction to the Park's facilities.

Our collection

The Napoleonic Collection - 500 pieces approx. Farm Machinery Collection - 50 pieces approx. Norma Dodd Photographic History of the homestead collection - 30 pieces.