Pack your picnic basket kids, think champagne and cheese complimented by a stunning backdrops. We’ve got the insights on some hidden insta-worthy picnic spots dotted in Sydney to help you escape the concrete jungle.
#1 Bradfield Park, Sydney, NSW
Who could be mad with iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge views? Pack some cheeky drinks and catch the train to Milsons Point Station, a quick 5 minute walk will land you in this dream Insta-worthy spot. What’s even better? This place is dog friendly, so bring your pampered pooch for some serious good times.
#2 Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, NSW
Just in time for Spring, with flowers left, right and centre. An Instagram heaven. (As long as you’ve got antihistamines with you). This place is also surrounded by bars and trendy cafés, so when you get sick of your packed lunches you can head in for a cheeky drink.
#3 Ku-Ring-Gai National Park, NSW
Need I say more? This place is filled with crystal clear blue waters and tracks for the best Insta-shot. It sells itself really. Just an hour drive from Sydney CBD, you could do it in your lunch break (okay, maybe not.)
#4 Nielson Park, Sydney, NSW
Perfect for summer, this little cove offers blue water backdrops and sun-drenched picnic spots. Think sophisticated picnics on a Sunday afternoon. Pack your bikinis for this one girls, it’s more crystal clear blue waters and sun baking happening here too.
#5 University Of Sydney
You wouldn’t think it, but this place has some strong Insta game. We get that the last place you want to be is near a lecture hall, but this place has some immaculate grounds and sick picnic spots. It gives us some serious Hogwarts vibes, need we say more?
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