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75 Years of Porsche
Officially approved Porsche Club 52
 Sunday, 13 March 2022
 Safety Beach

GT3, RS, and RSR Register Lunch Run to Martha’s Table, Safety Beach
Sunday 13th March 2022

Our first GT3 Register run for the year is to the highly rated Martha’s Table located on the marina at Martha’s Cove in Safety Beach.

Following a briefing at 9.00am we will depart at 9.15am in a broadly easterly direction avoiding the M1 towards Drouin before heading in a southerly loop for our mid-morning break at Tooradin, after approx. 110 minutes and 120 kilometres. Stretch your legs, refuel yourself or your car and enjoy this pretty location on the inlet. The second leg of approx. 92 kilometres and eighty minutes driving time sees us sticking to the Westernport Port Bay’s northern and eastern coasts taking the picturesque route all the way to Flinders before crossing back ‘over the top’ to the Port Phillip side to the restaurant and our reserved balcony tables with views across the marina. Pro tip, bring a camera!

At the conclusion of lunch, be aware the venue is just 5 minutes from the Peninsula Link, or choose to spend the afternoon and evening further exploring the delights of the Mornington Peninsula.

Date: Sunday 13th March, 2022

Cost: $74.00 for 2 courses (three choices of entree, three choices of main)

All Drinks:  To own account.

Meeting: McDonald's 185 Hutton Rd, Keysborough (just off Eastlink)

Meeting Time:  9.00am for a 9.15 am departure.

Lunch Venue: Martha’s Table, 5 Waterfront Place, Safety Beach 3936. Ph 9617 5377

Deadline: Monday March 7th, 2022    .

Bookings:  Enquires to Carly on 9817 6911 or 

Places are strictly limited to 20 attendees, so book early to avoid disappointment

Refunds: No refunds after the deadline unless your position can be filled

Contacts: Greg Humphries – 0400 986 917

This run is being conducted under the auspices of the Porsche Club of Victoria. We all have an obligation to comply with the Road Safety Rules and in addition the PCV requests all members to drive in a courteous manner, being considerate to other participants and members of the public



The following regulatory and hygiene practices will be required of all attendees at Social Runs (including Register Runs), until further notice:

Government requirements:

Federal, State, Territory and Local Public Health guidelines are required to be followed in the running of all Social Runs.

Proof of full vaccination at check-in:

On arrival at events, you will be asked to show evidence of your Covid vaccination status. This can best be done by uploading your vaccination certificate to the Victoria Service App or having a hard copy of your certificate from your Medicare records.


All attendees, including entrants and officials are required to pre-register for the event, noting the limit on permitted numbers. A list of registered attendees and officials will be provided to Venue(s) Staff. Only authorised attendees will be allowed access into Venues.

Social distancing:

Under no circumstances are attendees at Social Runs to enter non-public areas of Venues and must demonstrate social distancing requirements and remain 1.5 metres apart. Venues will arrange seating where appropriate to comply with government rules. Masks should be used in accordance with government rules.


The Porsche Club of Victoria would appreciate all attendees adhere to these requirements. Attendees, please follow all instructions given by Club Officials and Venue Staff during the event, as they have your best interests at heart.

In conclusion:

The Porsche Club of Victoria wishes to thank you for co-operating with these COVID-19 requirements and wish that you have an enjoyable day at this PCV Social Run. Any constructive feedback would be appreciated; forwarding any suggestions via email to

Acceptance of requirements:

Acceptance of these requirements will form part of the Entry Form as an attachment to this PCV Social Run.