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Albany Picnic Provisions Trail

2WD inSouth West

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Blackwood River Valley, Bunbury Geographe & Collie, Great Southern, Margaret River Region, Southern Forests,

  • Full day
  • 125 km

Albany Picnic Provisions Trail is the perfect journey to sample local and seasonal produce, grown in abundance and fresh from the growers and local outlets!  Discover one of several scenic picnic spots along the way to relax and savour the home-grown tastes of Albany.  Don’t forget your picnic basket!

Albany Picnic Provisions Trail - Locally produced goods available
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Trail Start

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Princess Royal Drive Albany, 400km south of Perth

Trail End

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Anzac Peacepark, Albany

Every Sunday this undercover market features local producers of fresh and gourmet foods and wines. In addition to the wonderful seasonal produce, talented local artisans showcase their distinctive and beautiful products. With local live music and direct frontage to the boardwalk and boat harbour you can meet friends, sit down and enjoy something to eat and drink in a family-friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

Undercover, Local Produce, Food, Crafts & Live Music

Princess Royal Drive on the Albany Waterfront

OPEN: Every Sunday 10am-1pm

0458 433 248
admin@albanyboatshedmarkets.com
Albanyboatshedmarkets.com

Every Saturday morning, a car park in the centre of Albany is transformed into a thriving bustling market place filled to overflowing with just the very best fresh seasonal produce, all of it grown here in the Great Southern. Straight from the farmer to you; its your perfect opportunity to buy local, fresh & seasonal. Everything is here to make a delicious and memorable picnic.

Collie Street Albany

OPEN: Every Saturday 8am - 12pm

0417 983 428
farmersmarketalbany@bigpond.com
www.albanyfarmersmarket.com.au

Come and visit WA’s first blueberry farm. Sample Eden Gate’s blueberry preserves and liqueur and enjoy freshly baked muffins, handmade ice cream, freshly ground coffee and drinks in the relaxed and peaceful setting of the farm shed. Buy ready-picked blueberries and blueberry provisions for your picnic at home or head off to one of the many stunning local attractions. Enjoy your day out and about!

685 Eden Road, Youngs Siding, Albany

OPEN: Thursday - Monday 10.30am - 4pm. Closed Tuesday & Wednesday.

(08) 9845 2003
info@edengate.com.au
www.edengate.com.au

Gourmandise & Co is a wood-fire bakery, coffee house, specialty grocery & delicatessen, communal table and store. Located in the heritage precinct on Albany’s Stirling Terrace, Gourmandise & Co offers a selection of quality traditional produce to take away; enjoy at our communal table in a rustic ambience or on our provincial-style outdoor terrace. Cuisine: French Bistro, Mediterranean, Vegetarian & Gluten free.

Trip Advisor: https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Restaurant_Review-g261671- d6909645-Reviews-Gourmandise_Co- Albany_Western_Australia.html
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gourmandise-Co 1428105734080145/

56 Stirling Terrace, Albany

OPEN: Monday – Saturday 7:30am-3pm.
Lunch service: Monday- Friday from 11:30am-2pm or until sold out.
Lunch service: Saturday 11.30am - 1pm or until sold out
Closed ALL Public Holidays

(08) 98474005
0409 816 489
gourmandiseandcoalbany@gmail.com
www.gourmandiseandco.com.au

Come in and buy our sweet awesome strawberries, freshly picked each day. Also available certified organic eggs from pasture fed chickens and for a short time each season (Nov –Jan) we have an amazing mixture of fresh raspberries ,youngberries and blackberries to tantalize your taste buds. Fresh and divine!

154 Greatrex Road, Albany

OPEN: Monday to Saturday (Sept-April) 8am - 4pm.

Phone: (08) 9844 3419
www.handasydestrawberries.com.au


"Food that tastes like it used to".
Buy direct from the grower; self serve from the old fashioned farm stand. Summer heirloom fruit & vegetables. Mostly certified organic seeds, grown organically, using old traditional farming ways without chemicals.
Our speciality is our incredible tasting Heirloom Tomatoes. Other heirloom vegetables include cucumbers, melons, beetroots, lettuces, garlic, chia plus tree ripened sweet orchard fruits.
You are welcome to sit on our rustic verandah to taste this amazing fresh produce and see where your food comes from.

1436 Millbrook Road Albany

OPEN : 7 days 8am - 6pm
December - May.

0448 776 614
http://millbrook-farm-fresh.business.site/

Mt Melville Fresh offers a unique selection of certified organic and locally produced goods including seasonal fruit and vegetables, eggs, milk, honey, cheese and breads. We serve locally roasted specialty organic coffee, house baked treats and light lunches all available to dine in or takeaway.

153 Albany Hwy, Albany

OPEN: Mon – Fri 9am-5pm,
Sat 9am - 2pm.
Closed public holidays

(08) 9847 4993
mtmfresh@bigpond.com
www.mtmfresh.com.au


You are invited to bring your own picnic – gathered locally from other trail members - and enjoy the relaxed ambience of the potager garden and rustic verandah (at no charge) with a bottle of Oranje Tractor wine, of course! Your visit to the Oranje Tractor tasting room will also enable you to participate in our unique Wine Flight which involves tasting 5 of our certified organically grown wines paired with 5 samples of local food (cost $25), or even a garden tour.

198 Link Road, Albany

OPEN: Daily by appointment PLUS 11am – 5pm Sundays (appointment not essential for Sundays). For days other than Sundays, we prefer at least 24 hours advanced notice for appointments please.

(08) 9842 5175
wine@oranjetractor.com
www.oranjetractor.com


Locally owned and operated gourmet butchery. We support locally grown produce and grocery lines. We butcher, we cater, we make coffee and cake.
Come in and pick up your gourmet picnic, including fruit, salad, cold meats, cheese, crackers, dip and a sweet treat. Pictured is a picnic for 2, we are happy to do any size.

27 Campbell Road, Albany

OPEN: Monday-Friday 7am-7pm
Saturday & Sunday 8am-4pm

(08) 9841 1344
info@reevesoncampbell.com.au
www.reevesoncampbell.com

Wignalls Winery is a truly memorable and unique experience whilst visiting Albany. The cellar is made from local solid stone, along with many old world charms making it quite different from the majority of WA’s cellar doors. Impeccable service is guaranteed by family members and our outstanding staff. The wines are truly world class with over 60 Trophies and Gold medals on display to charm our VIPs, being you. Make sure you do not miss one of Albany’s favourite attractions, especially while your senses are in heaven. You are welcome to picnic in our beautiful grounds while visiting to taste our wines.

Voted Best Top 25 Cellar Doors in Australia – Winemakers Federation of Australia
Only a seven minute drive from Albany’s CBD
Only a five minute drive from Albany’s airport
Prices start at $13 to ultra-premium styles

448 Chester Pass Road, Albany

OPEN: 7 days 11am - 4pm Sept-May.
Closed June - August.

(08) 9841 2848  
info@wignallswines.com.au
www.wignallswines.com.au
facebook.com/WignallsWinery

Operating Micro Brewery.
Wilson brewing company is a family owned and operated 5 barrel craft brewery, located in beautiful Albany, Western Australia.
Using the freshest of local & Australian produce to handcraft an alternative to mass produced commercial beer.

47768 South Coast Highway, Albany

OPEN: 7 days, 11am – 7pm

Tel: (08) 9842 3090
rob.q@wilsonbrewing.com.au
http://www.wilsonbrewing.com.au
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Albany Picnic Provisions Trail is a self-drive journey providing access to your choice of locally grown seasonal produce for your picnic basket.

Along this trail you will meet the growers of fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood as well as wine and beer producers. You can start filling your picnic basket by visiting the town centre based markets and gourmet retail outlets, then add to your provisions from the growers you meet along the way. 

The trail can be experienced in half a day, a whole day or be enjoyed over several days - the choice is yours!   Fancy a riverside picnic or one by the beach?  Maybe you’d prefer to picnic on a grassy knoll with a rural outlook? This trail provides the opportunity to explore our Amazing South Coast and savour our bountiful produce at the same time. Enjoy!

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Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.

Time / Duration

Full day

Length

125km loop

What To Pack

Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.

Trail Start

Princess Royal Drive Albany, 400km south of Perth

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Trail End

Anzac Peacepark, Albany

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Facilities

Facilities and disabled access varies at each business.
  • Access without assistance for the Disabled
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Cafe
  • Car Park
  • Coach Parking
  • Dog Friendly
  • Parking for Disabled
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet

Best time of year

All year - check individual business operating hours

Trail Access

Drive 2WD

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1 trail goers have rated Albany Picnic Provisions Trail as 5 out of 5!

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Rebecca Freeman

Reviewed 11 Feb 2018, 11:34am

It is always a pleasure to visit Paula & Brian at Millbrook Fruit & Veg. Their produce is chemical free and the flavours are incredible - all grown on their property. The old-fashion market stand is always so well stocked and I love the 'rusticness' of it all! This mornings purchases, heirloom black tomatoes, succulent sweet corn, zucchini, sweetest plums (presented in brown paper bags!) and a jar of WA Bush honey. With so many other amazing growers and outlets on this trail - we are spoilt for choice.

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Trails are free and bring so many benefits to our community by providing opportunities to have fun, get fit, socialise, explore and challenge yourself. But they also have to be managed and maintained which only is made possible through terrific sponsors, donations and/or volunteering.

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