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PASSPORT PICNICS: Your guide to next-level park dates in Newcastle

Are you planning a picnic in the park with your vaccinated friends and loved ones?

If the answer is yes, but you can’t be arsed catering for up to 5 people (who all live within a 5km radius of your home and are carrying proof they’d received two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine), you’re gonna want to check out this post.

Take your park date to the next level with these picnic boxes available from local restaurants and eateries.

Newcastle Food & Flower Markets

Newcastle Food and Flower Markets have a wide selection of boxes you can picnic with. If you’re keen for a posh park brunch we’d head straight for The Brekkie Box and if you’re feeling really hungry check out their Big Brekkie Box!

Coco Monde

Got a sweet tooth? Well, a sweet treat picnic box from Darby Street’s Coco Monde is just what the dentist ordered. And let’s be serious, any day in the park is not complete without a Belgian Chocolate Waffle.

The Village Newcastle

The Village have a bunch of different options for your freedom picnic date but our hearts skipped a beat having a look at their Gyros Box. Tzatziki, Onion, Tomato, Pita bread, Chips, Mustard, Pulled lamb and Marinated chicken. $PROTIP – Take it up a notch with a 4 pack of Greek mythos beer!

Son Of A Gun

Check out these grazing and bakery boxes from Beaumont Street’s Son Of A Gun. They offer delivery and have also got vegan and gluten options available too.

Gamble & Brown Cafe

Looking for some Instaworthy picnic boxes to make your unvaxed friends jelly of your little park party? Look no further than these delectable and boxes of yum fromGamble & Brown Cafe at Kotara home centre.

The Prince of Merewether

More of a cheese and beverage kind of picnicker? Well, The Prince has you sorted with these packs. And you can pick one up in their drive-thru!