Secret Picnic Adventures acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout the South West of Western Australia Noongar Boodjar and their continuing connection to the land, waters and communities. We pay our respects to all members of the Pinjarup, Wilman, Wadandi, Pibelman, Kaneang, Minang, Koreng Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.
Who’s Behind Secret Picnic Adventures
Trudy and Jenny are both longstanding residents of Bridgetown, the beautiful valley town in the heart of the Southern Forests and Valleys region in WA. Passionate about the region in which they live, they are always seeking new ways to share its secrets with others.
A veritable ideas powerhouse, this pair first met when Trudy began creating the Bridgetown Art Trail and sought Jenny’s input as creator of the town’s unique art gallery & studio venue The Rabbit Hole.
They have gone from project to project ever since and in early 2022 they decided to create a vehicle for visitors and locals alike to enjoy the incredible local food options that abound in this food bowl area of WA. Secret Picnic Adventures became the perfect way for people to be introduced to local food producers and creators while enjoying the scenic wonders of the region and taking part in a fun game all at the same time.
Keen to share the love, Trudy and Jenny are always on the lookout for new places to offer their Secret Picnic Adventures. Keep your eyes peeled in your local area 😊
We are committed to a sustainable future and to improving the social, economic and environmental well-being of the communities in which we operate. We are sure you will enjoy beautiful connections with friendly locals as you gather each of your picnic ingredients.
Our dedication to the environment means we use plastic-free plates made from rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp and our fork & spoon cutlery sets are made from home compostable, sustainably sourced FSC™ 100% certified birchwood. Our picnic baskets are designed to be re-usable and have many uses after your picnic is over.
We support all eco-friendly initiatives of our participating businesses and encourage responsible behaviour and rubbish management when you enjoy your picnic at your final nature-based location.
As a visitor to our beautiful National Parks, we ask that you play your part in caring for these environments by leaving no trace. Stay on the designated trails and avoid shortcuts; leave all rocks, shells, flowers and objects of interest as you find them, to guard against damage and so that others can also discover and appreciate them as they are. Remember to take all your rubbish home with you and should you encounter areas of indigenous significance, please do not touch aboriginal art or disturb sites of cultural significance in any way.
These parks have been reserved for the protection and conservation of our natural biodiversity, they are treasured places for us all to reconnect with our natural world.
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