Enjoy a high tea with your girlfriends at these gorgeous places
Attending a High Tea is not just about dainty cakes and finger sandwiches, it is a way to have time out from everyday life and enjoy some simple pleasures with loved ones.
There are lots of amazing locations in Brisbane that serve up the most beautiful of High Teas, so get your glad rags on, grab your favourite ladies and and take some time for yourself..
Room with Roses High Tea
Room with Roses, Brisbane City 'Room with Roses' was voted winner of "5 of the Best High Tea's in Brisbane" in 2012 by Vogue Living and is the perfect way to treat yourself or your loved ones on a special occasion.
There are three high tea packages to choose from. The Deluxe High Tea, The Chocolate High Tea and The Ultimate Chocolate Fondue High Tea, each ranging in price but all equally decadent and delicious.
Address: 117 Adelaide Street, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City 4000 Cost: Prices start from $42 per person, depending on package and added extras. All sessions last for 2 hours.
Customs House High Tea
Customs House High Tea High Tea has never looked so good! Take in the beautiful river side views at Customs House, whilst feasting on an array of sweet treats and savoury bites. You'll be spoilt for choice with a variety of beautiful arrangements on offer, perfect for groups, couples or individuals looking to indulge in an afternoon (or morning!) delight.
Address: 399 Queen Street, Brisbane City 4000 Cost: Prices start from $47 per person and bookings are essential. High Tea sessions are 1.5 hours in duration.
Stamford Plaza High Tea
Stamford Plaza Brisbane's Stamford Plaza are happy to present the revival of the 'Traditional High Tea'. With stunning river side views, customer's can indulge in meticulously crafted sweet treats, dainty delights full of chocolatey goodness and of course- the classic finger sandwich!
Address: Edward Street & Margaret Street, Brisbane City 4000 Cost: Prices start from $37 per person and $25 per child. Bookings are essential and smart/casual attire is required.
Foodi High Tea Walking Tour- Image via Weekend Notes
Foodi High Tea Walking Tour 'High Tea' has become an increasingly popular pass time within Brisbane, with a number of different hotels, restaurants and tea rooms offering up their own version of sweet treats, but what to do if you can't decide? Try them all of course!
Foodi have put together the best of the best and on this unique walking tour, you'll get to visit a variety of venues, with their own samples to try and stories to tell- as well as an obligatory glass of champers of course!
Cost: $65 per person. There will obviously be walking involved so comfortable footwear is a must as well as an umbrella - just in case!
Devon Pixies High Tea
Devon Pixies Attending a high tea can be the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, and as well as their everyday menu, Devon Pixies in Logan specialise in high tea packages for baby and bridal showers, birthdays, weddings and wakes.
There's always time for tea, whether you are celebrating friendship, babies, birthdays, bridal, anniversaries, or nothing at all!
Address: 55 Quinzeh Creek Road, Logan Village 4207 Cost: Prices start from $20 per person, depending on package chosen.
Tea and Niceties High Tea- Image via Weekend Notes
Tea and Niceties, Tamborine Mountain Set in their European inspired tea room and gardens, with the beautiful Tambourine Mountain as your backdrop, Tea and Niceties aim to create a unique and memorable experience for every customer.
Choose from their 'Princess High Tea' or their 'Elegant High Tea' which both feature a range of freshly made hot and cold treats. You can also order 'Kids High Tea Platter's' to create the ultimate day out with your little ones or perhaps a birthday party with a difference?
Address: 32 Eagle Heights Road, Tamborine Mountain 4271 Cost: Prices start from $40 per person and $25 per child. Bookings are available from Friday-Sunday and sittings are 2 hours in duration.
We know that there are so many more wonderful High Tea's to experience in Brisbane and we'd love to hear about them! Make sure to leave your favourite in the comments.
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