Sydney, the weekend is upon us! What about a picnic?

There are several ways of spending weekends, but none can be compared to evening relaxations picknicking with friends, lovers, or our dearest family members. The fun and excitement it creates is sureal, and this ensures that we spend valuable time enjoying the happiness it brings.

A picnic is an enjoyable outdoor activity good for relaxation. Most times, picnics are ideal with drinks, foods and beautiful music which are appealing to the soul.

Sydney is one location where picnics are most enjoyable. The city is blessed with a variety of choice locations and beautiful surroundings which tends to entice people. Newcomers and people without picnic experience may find it difficult to locate these areas due to the complex nature of the city of Sydney. This explains why we have gathered a list of the best picnic locations in Sydney.

The Domain Botanical Gardens, Mrs Macquarie’s Road, Sydney

The landscape is expertly surrounded by the public parklands of The Royal Botanic Garden and it possesses stunning harbour views.  It is often utilised for cultural and music festivals including open-air events. A large number of activities are hosted at the Gardens periodically with the Sydney Festival’s Opera holding this Saturday night at the Domain.  

Source: Sydney Festival 2017
Source: Sydney Festival 2017

Nielson Park, Vaucluse Sydney

The park offers beautiful views of the Shark Beach including a harbour view and three great picnic areas.

Source: Aquabumps
Source: Aquabumps

Centennial Park, Moore Park, Urban Park Sydney

It is a park that serves as the perfect picnic spot. Centennial Park covers an estimated area of 2.2 square kilometers and features formal gardens, ponds, grand avenues, historic buildings, and sporting fields. 

Source: Pinterest 
Source: Pinterest 

Bradley’s Head Amphitheatre

Situated in the beautiful Sydney Harbour National Park peninsula on the lower north shore.

Bradley’s Head Amphitheatre offers panoramic views of Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Source: Twitter 
Source: Twitter 

Before embarking on visits to these places, there is need to adhere to our advice below 

b7af4-picknicbasket.jpg

Materials Needed

•    Picnic blanket.

•    Napkins, plastic plates, and cutlery.

•    A knife to cut cheese; bread; etc. 

•    Salt and pepper.

•    Bottle opener.

•    Wine, beer, water, and juice.

•    Eskies.

•    Plastic bag for rubbish

Since preferences differ, we will allow you choose the best food to your imagination. I will advise that you go with cheese, crackers, nuts, olives and breadsticks accompanied by a red or sparkling wine like our 2014 The Impressionist Pinot Noir from Eden Valley.

The Collective Wine Company and The Collective Wine Cellar wish you an excellent weekend.

If you are having a picnic, please share your story with us, we would love to hear from you

Facebook  @TheCollectiveCellar

Twitter      @TCWC14

Instagram @the.collective.cell