Set against the eastern shores of Port Phillip Bay, Martha’s Table is a meeting place to come together, catch up and relax. You can now enjoy local, artisan produce within Marina Village Martha Cove - the newest bayside town centre in the Mornington Peninsula. Coastal Mediterranean flavours from some of the region’s best farmers, producers and wineries combine with uninterrupted views on the marina turquoise waters. Each section of the venue - restaurant, bar, café, grocer and cellar – all have a distinctive look and feel. The emphasis though is seamless thoughout, based on high quality, local produce. Whether you want to pick up a six-pack of your favourite local brew or have a take away co


Luke Williams has lived on the Mornington Peninsula all his life, and understands the local landscape more than most. Luke’s grandfather owned a small nursery in Langwarrin around 60 years ago so plants have always been in the family’s blood. Growing up in a family who owned fruit shops throughout Victoria, including Tullys which they ran for a number of years in the early 2000s, Luke's family is united in their love of the land. When Luke's father decided to get out of the fruit market (which had necessitated starting work at 2am and working until late in the day) he chose to start growing plants instead to achieve a better work/life balance. And the family hasn’t looked back. Image: The Nu

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