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Published February 7th 2017
Four Shades Of Picnic Spots, Valentines Day In The Redlands
4 Valentines Day Picnic Spots In The Redlands
It's almost Valentines Day and you might be wondering where to take your partner. You don't need to get swept up in the commercialism of Valentines Day to show that you care. Maybe you already have your 50 Shades Of Grey premier planned, but you need to eat - so how about a picnic before the cinema?
4 Relaxing Places To Picnic On Valentines Day In The Redlands
Victoria Point Cascades
Victoria Point Cascades is small but tranquil. The park is a popular wedding destination and hosts water features and a pergola. The grass area is lush and green most of the time and there are some small private pockets to sit in.
Raby Bay Foreshore Raby Bay has some areas away from the bustle of the playground and the main beach. along the foreshore, you will find shade underneath the pandanus trees away from the general crowd that like to visit.
Wellington Point Wellington Point has the benefit†of walking to King Island at low tide. If you are a couple who likes to get some exercise together you can take a backpack picnic over to the small island and enjoy the serenity. If you prefer not to stretch your legs, the hill behind the playground is popular for people who want a little bit of quiet away from the playground with the bay views.
Fellmonger Park, Ormiston Fellmonger Park has a pathway that winds down past Hilliard's creek where you can sit and watch the ducks surrounded by the noises of bird life. Further along the pathway, you will encounter a drawbridge and more grass area suitable for a picnic.
† Wherever you go on Valentine's Day, I hope it's special to you. Valentines Day can be celebrated without pressure to spend money on expensive gifts, time spent together is just as important.