Bittern is a rural town in Victoria, Australia, 49 km southeast from Melbourne’s central business district, as a part of the urban enclave on Westernport comprising Bittern, Hastings, Crib Point, Somerville, and Tyabb. Its local government area is the Shire of Mornington Peninsula. It is served by Bittern railway station on the Stony Point greater-metropolitan line and by the 782 bus route operated by Peninsula Bus Lines between Frankston and Flinders. Bittern is named after the shy wetland bird, the Australasian Bittern, which reflects the suburb’s location amongst significant areas of native bushland and dense coastal vegetation Jumping castle hire Bittern Mornington.
History and Present Day Jumping castle hire Bittern Mornington
The town was part of the Coolart pastoral run of the 1860s. Bittern Post Office opened on 5 January 1891. The railway opened for Bittern in 1889 and small scale commercial development began during the early 1900s. The town also has a primary school, Bittern Primary School, and a small basketball and netball stadium known as Graham Myers Sports Stadium or Bittern Memorial Stadium, which features an indoor court used for basketball, netball or floorball and four outside courts used for netball. Jumping castle hire Bittern Mornington There is also a small oval located outside the stadium.