Dozens of picnic spots are dotted throughout the Murrindindi region, each a perfect location for snacking on your favourite treats with friends and family. Some are easily accessible via a short stroll from town while others call for a little more effort to reap the rewards.
Well worth a visit is the renowned Yea Wetlands off the main street in Yea, Rotary Park along Grant Street at Alexandra and the peaceful Eildon Pondage. Lucky visitors will see clear views of the Melbourne skyline at Frank Thomson Reserve or take in the view from the platform at the impressive Keppel Lookout in Marysville.
Many of our cafes, pubs and restaurants also offer fantastic outdoor dining areas or great takeaway options to enjoy in one of our picnic spots.
In support of Covid-19 restrictions, we have a number of areas allocated for outdoor dining in our townships across the region. Please enjoy these areas and respect others by keeping them clean and maintaining social distancing.
Did you know? In 1939, the National Gallery of Victoria gifted the marble statue of Princess Alexandra of Denmark to the township of Alexandra.
Created by the renowned sculptor Charles Summers, it stands proudly in the Jack Shiels' Garden in Leckie Park.