10 Picnic Essentials For The Global Nomad

31 May 2015

Whether you're gearing up for a day trip to Storm King or a long weekend exploring the rocky coast of Big Sur, summer is about to officially arrive in the Northern Hemisphere.

If you've managed to book an escape from this Australian winter, you'll have plenty of reasons to get outdoors.

Pack your favourite sandwiches, fresh juices, and our favourite outdoor dining finds — and you're all set for a globally-inspired picnic.


1. Bamboo Picnic Basket


 Tote your picnic supplies in a traditional Taiwanese basket

2. Portable Wood Speaker


 Set the mood with a compact bamboo Bluetooth speaker from Vers Audio

3. Bolivian Frazadas


 Do like Andean families do and set your picnic atop a colourful hand-woven blanket

4. Linen Bento Bags


 Replace less attractive Ziplocs with a stylish set of bento bags made of natural linen

5. Two-Layer Sandwich Box


 The minimally designed set reminds us of the Indian tiffin tin and makes packing a sandwich simple and easy

6. Opinel Picnic Knife


 Slice and dice with a stainless steel French blade that folds into a beautiful olive wood handle

7. Walnut Cutting Board


 Chop vegetables or serve a cheese spread on the beautiful teardrop shaped board handcrafted in Los Angeles

8. Stainless Steel Ice Pack


 Keep food and drinks cool with Onyx’s Korean-made ice packs

9. Compostable Plates


 Nice looking, compostable and chemical-free plates made in rural India

10. Seersucker Cloth Napkins


 A Southern-inspired, reusable cotton napkin set will brighten up your spread

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