Sometimes you need a little escape from the hectic Sydney CBD. Whether it be with your family, your friends or with your partner; picnics in beautiful places can be very relaxing in Sydney. Everyone has their little nooks around their homes. On this, what are some of your best hidden picnic spots in Sydney?
Cremorne Point - it has a beautiful scenic track you can walk along and plenty of space to relax and have a picnic, not to mention the most breathtaking and unobstructed view of the harbour right in front of you. Milson's Point is another great area nestled right under the Harbour Bridge - very spacious and close to the water.
Fagan Park in Galston is a beautiful place to have a picnic, and it's in a semi-rural area so it's pretty quiet. Every summer holiday, my family and I sit under the same tree and enjoy homemade sandwiches and fruit, while looking out on a beautiful portion of the 55 hectare park! It's so serene and pretty :)
I like going down to Centennial Park and finding a quiet spot near one of the lakes under a tree. It actually isn't too difficult to find a place to put your blanket down with no one else around. Also, If you want to make a day out of it, a good plan is to catch the ferry to Manly and have a nice picnic there.
It's not exactly hidden, but people will only be familiar with this spot if they know the area - Primrose Park in Cremorne. Beautiful water views, lots of grassy areas and ovals for kids and dogs to play, and walking tracks nearby. On weekends a lot of people like to lay out the picnic blanket, but it never feels crowded either.