Visit Tea Tree Lake cast a line, have a picnic and search for the myriad of native animals that call this park home.
Meander down the streets along the Mortlake History Trail and learn a thing or two about the history of the town.
Drive down the Avenue of Honour commemorating those who fought in World War I and II.
Swim some laps in the Olympic sized pool and go fossicking for gems.
Mortlake is a small town with big attractions.
Visit the Avenue of Honour
The eastern entrance to Mortlake is lined with more than 100 cypress trees that pay tribute to Mortlake residents who fought in World War I and II. The names of those residents sit at the base of the trees.
Explore the historical township along the Historical Trail
Mortlake’s streets are lined with a number of buildings that date back to the 1850s. The Mortlake Historical Trail incorporates 22 buildings of significance.
Fossick for precious crystals
Fossicking for Olivine is one of the unique experiences Mortlake offers. Visitors have a great time searching for olivine crystals, also known as Peridot, and have the change to take in the stunning scenery at Mount Shadwell.
Fishing & Nature
Mortlake’s attractive Tea Tree Lake is stocked with fish and yabbies for you to catch and your leisure. There are barbeques within the parkland where you can cook the fruits of your day’s fishing labour. The eight acre parkland attracts a myriad of native animals, including more than 100 species of birds. Grab you camera and get out there.