GALLERY: 5 best local picnic spots - Brisbane

16 August 2017
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We are spoilt for choice when it comes to stunning scenery in our region. We have tried, however, to pick just 5 of the best places for a picnic in Brisbane. Here are our recommendations:

City Botanic Gardens, access from the Goodwill Bridge, Alice Street or George Street

A delight for the senses, the beautiful Botanic Gardens are a gardener’s dream…and you won’t hear the rest of the family complaining either. Toilet facilities, a great playground and a lovely little café make this one of the city’s best picnic spots, away from the hustle and bustle.

Image credit: Brisbane City Council

Kangaroo Point Cliffs Parklands, Main Street, Kangaroo Point

The cliffs are a popular spot for rock climbers and abseilers, but you can take it much easier in the parkland below the cliffs. With views out to the river, take a walk among the sculptures. There are also toilets and BBQ stations.

Image credit: Brisbane City Council

Wellington Point

A lovely seaside town with lots of picnic spots to choose from. Sit by the water’s edge or walk along the jetty to find a secluded spot. At low tide you can walk out to King Island to survey the pretty town from afar.

Image credit: Wikipedia Author: Damien.madden

Pelican Park, Thomas Street, Clontarf

Set on the water, with great play areas for the kids, toilets, BBQ stations and a bike park, bring your picnic rug and set up camp for the day. If you hadn’t guessed, you might spot a pelican or two!

Image credit: www.visitmoretonbayregion.com.au

Whites Hill Reserve, Boundary Road, Camp Hill

Enjoy a bush walk and take in the views of the city before enjoying a picnic nestled among the trees and wildlife. There are also BBQ stations and play areas to keep the kids entertained, or bring your soccer ball or cricket set and enjoy a game on one of the sporting fields.

Image: Brisbane City Council

Which picnic spots would you add to the list?

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