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Mother’s Day High Tea in Sydney

The best high teas in Sydney to take your Mum for Mother’s Day

There’s something so theatrical about a high tea. The delicate tea cups, the three tiered stand heaped with delicious things to eat. It’s almost overwhelming. Soft cucumber sandwiches, warm scones with fresh cream and jam, fluffy tea cakes, sticky macarons, sweet and savoury tarts… Sorry. Drifted off into a food coma there.

While you can get a fantastic high tea year round, plenty of places are amping it up for Mother’s Day with special gifts, one-off menus, and a gift for your mum, which is ideal if you’ve forgotten to grab one yourself.

The best part? Treat mum to a Mother’s Day high tea, and she’ll be so distracted by eclairs and Earl Grey that she’ll forget your cooking skills are severely lacking. And you don’t have to wash up. Nice.

Bonus: why not add to the decadent day by ordering a swanky UBER to take her to and from lunch? We know, we're full of fabulous ideas.


Where to go for high tea on Mother's Day

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Swissotel, Sydney

A constant participant in Good Food Month's dessert offerings, Swissotel knows how to appease the sweet toothed fiends in every one of us.

High Tea as Swissotel will find you sipping unlimited amounts of sparkling wine and dining on sandwiches and scones into the early evening ($99). This is only offered on Mother's Day and also includes a special gift for all mums and activities for children.


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Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney CBD

Head to the Sofitel this Mother’s Day for a high tea to your liking.

The CBD hotel is offering a range of different high teas, including the Le Gouter Afternoon ($25), a Celebration High Tea ($59), the classic Wentworth High Tea ($59) and a Beauty and the Beast-themed event ($69). Each offers a different menu filled with indulgences like chocolate domes, cheesecakes, macarons and savoury sandwiches.


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The Tea Cosy, The Rocks

The Tea Cosy promises scones and tea “like nanna used to make”, and have adorably knitted tea cosies to prove its commitment to all things kitsch.

Mother's Day high tea at The Tea Cosy is a grand affair. Priced at $45pp, the package includes and three-tiered stand of homemade scones, ribbon sandwiches cakes and two drinks (non-alcoholic). As a special treat, all mums will receive a beautiful jar of fresh flowers.


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Vaucluse House Tearooms, Vaucluse

Each year Vaucluse House Tearooms brings out three delectable menus for Mother’s Day (Breakfast, Lunch and High Tea) and this year is no different.

Naturally, our favourite is the high tea. It is why you're here, isn't it? As there are so many sumptuous events on today, you can choose between a high tea breakfast ($55) or classic high tea ($70), both offering a little something savoury and a little something sweet in the Vaucluse House Tearoom.


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Boronia Tea Room, Mosman

Some places were made for high tea. The Boronia Tea Room is one of them.

It’s a beautiful grand Mosman mansion, with a wrap around veranda and manicured gardens. The Mother's Day high tea package at the Boronia Team Rooms goes for $75pp and includes a glass of sparkling wine.


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The Cortile @ The InterContinental, Sydney CBD

Mother's Day at the InterCon is all about lavish high teas that go on for what seems like FOREVER.

On offer at The Cortile are a variety of options including the unique High Coffee option. The weekend high tea buffet includes tea sandwiches, hot savoury items (like arancini balls and quiche), warm sweets, sweet treats and even a macaron bar.

Up to 44% off High Tea with Sparkling Wine

Valid at Cicchetti Restaurant & Wine Bar from $28 for one and $55 for two people.


Treat mum to a morning tea cruise

Sydney Harbour Highlights Morning Tea Cruise from finder.com.au

Sensational Sydney Cruises

Highlights:
  • Enjoy a lite morning tea aboard a small yacht with a maximum of just 16 guests
  • Cruise for two hours around Sydney Harbour's bays and coves
  • Price is per person and includes a light morning tea
From AUD

$99.00

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Sydney Harbour Discovery Morning Tea Cruise from finder.com.au

Sydney Princess Cruises

Highlights:
  • Have a morning tea of biscuits, cakes and pastries along with tea and coffee
  • Cruise around the city's harbour and take an option swim in summer
  • Price is per person and includes morning tea
From AUD

$89.00

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Mother's Day deals for presents that will make her forget about your life choices

Store Discount Expiration Description Last verified Redeem
One-Hour Massage Package from $39 Includes aromatherapy oil or hot stone full body massage and hand treatment mask. Valid in CBD location on Castlereagh Street. Expires on the 90 days after purchase.

Last verified 10 May 2017

Up to 60% off Vivid Cruise with buffet Valid for select dates. Includes welcome drinks, buffet dinner and two-hour cruise. For just $39 for Sunday to Thursday tickets, or $49 for Friday or Saturday.

Last verified 10 May 2017

Up to 52% off Pamper Experience at Werribee Mansion Day Spa

Deal expires 16 Jun 2017

Includes 30-minute massage, 30-minute facial, all-day access to the bubble pool and steam room for just $99 for one person and $189 for two.

Last verified 10 May 2017

Up to 55% off Three Courses of Modern French Fine Dining with Wine

Deal expires 4 Jul 2017

Includes a glass of house red or white wine each for $75 for two at La Grillade in Crows Nest.

Last verified 10 May 2017

Up 55% off Three-Course Lunch or Dinner with Drinks

Deal expires 2 Aug 2017

Includes entree, main and glass of house wine or beer plus a dessert platter for $59 for two and $118 for four at Veludo Bar & Restaurant Melbourne.

Last verified 10 May 2017

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