Dine in Parks and Reserves While Travelling

Updated: Oct 16, 2019

New Zealand and Australian tourist hot spots are famous for parks, reserves and botanical gardens. These parks showcase unique natural wonders and cultures from the areas in which they are located. There are many enchanting examples that provide a range of dining facilities and options. Also, keep in mind that local council's often offer facilities free of charge.

Many parks have plenty of space to set up a self catered affair and also have varied commercial eateries on site. Head for town domains or water front reserves, to soak up the local landscape and history, as a side to your meal. Scroll to explore my three suggestions for an alfresco luncheon.

1. Pack Yourself a Picnic Lunch