How to host the ultimate French Picnic
Haven't any plan for this weekend yet? Discover how to create your own French Picnic Paradise in Sydney!Picnics are a quintessential French activity and one that can be done anywhere. While we’d love to be relaxing along the Seine or South of France, you can transform your own picnic into the perfect French “pique-nique” with our tips and tricks. Location, Food and goods, OLALA explains you how to create your own French Picnic Paradise in Sydney!
STEP 1. FIND THE PERFECT LOCATION
OUR FAVORITE BEACHES | Milk Beach, Vaucluse. Queens Beach, Vaucluse. Shark Beach, Vaucluse. Camp Cove Beach, Watson Bay. Collins Flat Beach, Manly. Shelly Beach, Manly. Little Manly Beach, Manly. Bronte Beach, Bronte. Gordons Bay Beach, Coogee. Avalon Beach, Avalon. Marley Beach, Royal National Park.
OUR FAVORITE GARDENS | The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney. Wendy's Secret Garden, Lavender Bay. Dudley Page Reserve, Rose Bay. The Nielsen Park, Vaucluse. McKell Park, Darling Point. Centennial Park, Bondi Junction. Barangaroo Reserve, Barangaroo. Cremorne Reserve, Cremorne Point. Hunter Valley, NSW.
STEP 2. GET THE FOOD READY
All you need for a perfect Picnic is a French and fresh baguette, some cheeses and a few kinds of charcuterie including Saucisson, Prosciutto, White Ham, Bresaola and Coppa. Fresh fruit is a staple for the perfect French picnic and please — don't forget the wine!
STEP 3. ADD SOME ESSENTIALS
One of our favorite things about picnics is that they only require a few items. To add just the right amount of French influence, pick up one comfy blankets to lay on while you watch the clouds go by. A wicker picnic basket is also a timeless way to carry all of your goodies as you stroll to your summer oasis and also some flowers.
YOU'RE NOW READY
You're now ready for your French Picnic Paradise in Sydney. Make sure to tag us in your pictures when you go on your own French-inspired Picnic. And remember, the most important part of a Picnic is to relax and have a good time in a peaceful environment you like - that’s how the French intended it to be!