Picnics by Piper St Food Co

There is something so lovely about sharing food on a perfectly warm day. These moveables feasts are more enjoyable if they are stress free. Our picnics are designed to take the fuss out of catering.

Our range of picnics are perfectly portioned, full of delicious quality products and best of all – they come in our delightful little picnic box that has a map of our region, encouraging visitors and locals to explore our beautiful surrounds. Our picnics are even named after some of these places. Carlsruhe, Lauriston, Pastoria, Campaspe and of course Piper St.


We can help you pack your own picnic, with complimentary tastings along the way or you can choose from our menu.

Picnics don’t have to just be eaten outdoors they also make easy suppers, useful housewarming gifts, you can take them to concerts, races or sporting events. Our picnics are used in B&B’s and we’ve even catered for weddings with our picnics. One of our picnics was delivered to a hospital where the patient was complaining of boring food!

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Picnic Locations We Recommend

The Kyneton Botanical Gardens

The gardens dating back to 1858 are bounded by Clowes, Mollison and Powlett Streets in Kyneton.  The gardens were established on the banks of the Campaspe River  with the assistance of Baron Von Meuller contain 17 Heritage listed trees and is one of Victorias best Botanical Gardens. Running alongside the Gardens is the Campaspe River Walk which stretches from the Gardens to the bottom of Piper Street and beyond to the Racecourse. It provides an interesting walk along the River and passes through the wonderful Sculpture Park near Quarry Reserve.

There are many places in the gardens to set up your picnic, creek side, under a beautiful old Elm tree or at the Piggery which provides shelter from the sun.

How to get there: Take Kyneton’s first freeway exit, come down High St, turn left onto Mollison St and the gardens are on your right appox 600m down the rd.

Black Hill Reserve

Re opened this year, beautiful walking tracks , excellent countryside view of Kyneton and Surrounds and has some intriguing wild life with lots of our local flora and fauna.. perfect picnic spots available! Click here for more information on Black Hill Reserve

How to get there: From the Kyneton exit off the Calder Freeway take the C326 Heathcote – Kyneton Road.
Drive north 6.5 km and turn right into Ennis Road. Look for the sign post 400 meters before. 800 meters east, up Ennis Road, you will find the reserve’s car park and main gate.


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