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Top 5 Picnic Spots in Greenvale

Think a picnic takes tons of planning? Not if you head to Greenvale Shopping Centre. Here you can enjoy an enchanting picnic at the drop of a hat. Not only is Greenvale Shopping Centre home to a handful of retailers that serve up fresh and ready-to-eat foods, but the centre is surrounded by glorious picnic spots you can enjoy well into the evening now that daylight saving time in full swing.

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Top 5 Picnic Spots in Greenvale

Monday, October 09, 2017

The Eats

Delicious delicacies are just waiting to join your picnic. Choices include:

The Spots

Once you have the food, it's time to pick a place. Here come five of our favorites right in the area.

Greenvale Reservoir Park

Scrumptious scenery is the main draw here, with a lake aflutter with birds and ducks. Greenery and barbecue areas are also on the menu.

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Woodlands Historic Park

A post-picnic nature walk is perfect in this park, with a hike up Gellibrand Hill for a 360-degree view of the city. The park’s designated picnic area comes with electric barbecues and amenities.

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Aspect's Destination Drive Park

If energetic kids are part of your picnic posse, this park is screaming their names. The park comes with a playground, pavilion, and shady paved walking path.

Napoli Park

Napoli Park features a fabulous playground that beckons the kids and shaded relaxation areas that do the same for the parents.

Greenvale Drive Reserve

A rejuvenated, modern - and huge - playground is the highlight of this space. It's decked out with wheelchair-friendly rubber paths and tons of play units for everyone from rambunctious tots to users with disabilities.

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Since the seasonal sun doesn't start to set until 7:30 p.m., you and your family have plenty of daylight in which to enjoy the warmer weather, fantastic foods, and phenomenal picnic spots around Greenvale Shopping Centre.

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