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We’re going on a picnic

We’re going on a picnic

Author: Collins Square

Date: 15th Oct 2021

Whether it’s with your household or a long-overdue catch up with friends, picnics are now on the social agenda (check the DHHS guidelines). So, we’ve picked our top 3 locations in Docklands for you to enjoy a picnic outdoors.

Docklands Park
1-91 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
The landscaped Docklands Park at Victoria Harbour has large areas of grass and native trees, creating a space for relaxation, and play. This is truly an oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle that is Melbourne CBD. With free barbecue facilities, public art and the Play Journey interactive playground, the park is an ideal spot for families and picnickers, and is a relaxing space to take a break and read a book.

Batman park
32 Rebecca Walk, Melbourne
You’re spoilt for choice for a socially-distanced picnic at Batman Park!. Located on the Yarra’s northern bank, bordered by Spencer, Flinders and King streets. This is the perfect picnic location for workers so back and relax with your favourite Collins Square takeaway.

Ron Barassi Senior Park
500 Docklands Drive, Docklands
Ron Barassi Senior Park is a community recreational and sporting facility that features a sports field, children's playground, community pavilion, barbeque facilities, and a walking circuit. As the weather gets warmer and you’re looking for new places to picnic in the school holidays, this is an insider’s tip that’s sure to spread quickly!

Thank you for adhering to VIC Health Guidelines when enjoying your recreation in and around Collins Square.