Sydney❜s Best High Teas for Kids
Mums & Bubs
Let’s face it – high tea is really just a great excuse to eat cake for lunch, so it really is a perfect mummy-and-me date with your little one!
High tea with girlfriends is all about champagne and gossip, but when kids are part of the mix, high tea with kids is all about the hot chocolate and cake! If you're looking for kids high tea in Sydney, get ready to navigate the sugar highs among fine china and delicate tea sets at some of our favourite high teas for kids.
15 of the Yummiest Kids High Teas in Sydney
High Tea at the Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney: 199 George Street, Sydney
The perfect autumnal treat for adults and children alike, high tea at Mode Kitchen & Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is the ideal activity for budding socialites! Enjoy three tiers of handcrafted sweets, savouries and scones on the new High Tea menu, starting from $79pp. Children’s High Tea is $39pp. Drool!
Afternoon Tea On Kent at The Langham, Sydney: 89-113 Kent Street, Sydney
The Langham Sydney’s beautifully refurbished restaurant space, Kitchens On Kent, hosts ‘Afternoon Tea On Kent’ - a truly decadent high tea experience that includes seasonal savoury delights, finger sandwiches and homemade pastries and tea cakes - plus their signature warm scones smothered in beautifully made jam and cream! They also have a special Christmas Afternoon Tea throughout December and host special themed kids high teas throughout the year.
Radisson Blu Plaza Sydney: 27 O’Connell St, Sydney
Kids in the City High Tea at the Radisson is perfect for little girls wanting to don pretty frocks for a girly day of fairy bread, ham and cheese sandwiches, mocktails, marshmallowy hot choccies and more. Prices start at $25 per child under 10. They also serve Traditional High Tea, a Specialty Vegan High Tea and a Chocolate High Tea inspired by the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Musical. Seasonally themed events such as their Aussie, Festive, and Easter high teas run throughout the year.
Swissotel: 68 Market Street, Sydney
Experience one of Sydney's only endless high teas featuring a generous assortment of freshly baked scones, savoury delicacies and mouth-watering desserts including luscious cakes all served a-la-carte and continuously replenished on request. You’ll also enjoy a complimentary glass of sparkling wine and an array of T2 premium loose-leaf teas.
The Tea Room at QVB: Level 3, Queen Victoria Building, 455 George Street
Situated in the opulent Grand Ballroom of the Queen Victoria Building, The Tea Room offers a stylish high tea of Petits fours prepared by their award-winning patissier, served on Royal Albert fine china with British silverware settings. It is family-friendly and a fantastic treat with a dedicated children's high tea including finger sandwiches, sweets, savoury items, a scone with jam and cream and a drink.
Parliament House: 6 Macquarie Street, Sydney
This is a truly unique opportunity to sit down for tea in Australia’s first and oldest Parliament, one of the most significant political and cultural institutions in NSW! Parliament House High Tea is served on Fridays from 12 noon.
Masala Kitchen: Moore Park, Penrith, Ed Square, Lane Cove
With cafes all across Sydney, Masala Kitchen is the place to book for a kids' high tea in Sydney. Their high tea menu includes five different high tea offerings, including a special one for the kids with sweet and savoury treats and yummy hot chocolates.
High tea is only offered from Tuesday to Sunday and is $25 pp.
Parent Poppin: *Temporarily closed* Shop 4, Ground Floor 38 Princes Highway, St Peters. (Entry via Barwon Park Road)
A new drop-in space for parents and bubs, Parent Poppin is all about your wellbeing, and their cafe serves up a delightful high-tea so you can take some time out while your little one hangs out in the dedicated play space. Treat yourself to a soothing, hot cup of their finest brew and a selection of delicious petite treats. Bookings essential.
The Grounds of Alexandria: 2 Huntley Street, Alexandria.
For a truly unique experience in an enchanting floral fantasy world, enjoy a lavish menu of sweet and savoury delights at The Grounds of Alexandria. With exclusive use of the Glasshouse (a minimum of 5 tickets are required), you'll be tucked away in your own serene private space, beautifully styled with bright bouquets, sparkling candles and elegant tableware. High Tea is available from Friday to Sunday on a first-come-first-served basis, so book now for a decadent weekend indulgence.
Estate, Vaucluse House: Wentworth Road, Vaucluse
Combine a visit to Sydney Living Museum’s historic Vaucluse House with a fabulous high tea at Estate. Overlooking their vibrant immaculately kept gardens, indulge in a range of exotic savouries, decadent sweets and a glass of sparkling. Admittedly, this high-tea is best suited to adults, however, kids can take their pick from the menu and will love exploring the expansive parkland with its maze of walking paths and resident animals.
The Jade Teahouse at Camellia Gardens: Cnr Kareena Rd & President Ave, Caringbah
With their own Children's High Tea menu that includes savoury snacks plus Duckie Meringue, Hundreds and Thousands pinwheel sandwich and a Teahouse Scone with jam and cream, your kids will dine to their heart's content at The Teahouse set among the beautiful Camellia Gardens. Adults can enjoy their own exquisite High Tea in the beautiful atmosphere.
The Gunners Barracks Tea Rooms: End of Suakin Drive, Georges Heights
From the team who also brings you the famous QVB Tea Rooms, Gunners Barracks offers an experience of great food and friendly service which is rivalled only by the superb views of Sydney Harbour on offer. They have a Children's High Tea of petit pastries, finger sandwiches, scones and a drink plus Morning Tea and Traditional High Tea for parents, including optional Sparkling, Cocktail and Champagne versions. Morning Tea is served Monday to Friday from 10 am to midday. High Tea is served 7 days a week from 10 am daily.
Burnt Orange: 1109 Middlehead Rd, Mosman
For a sensational adults and kids high tea menu, you can't go past Burnt Orange. Their kids' high tea for under 12's includes special house-made treats from Banana Raspberry Musk Sticks to signature Chocolate Freckles & Sour Snakes. Sandwiches and scones are always included. Adults enjoy their own exquisite selection with unlimited tea, coffee, hot chocolate or chai latte. High tea sitting times are Monday-Friday from 12 pm and weekends from 3:30 pm.
PARKROYAL Parramatta: 30 Phillip St, Parramatta
Treat the kids to absolute luxury with bite-sized sweet and savoury treats served in fine China at PARKROYAL Parramatta. Held every Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm, PARKROYAL Parramatta offers up an exquisite dining experience with their Royal High Tea package and Bottomless Royal High Tea package that includes bottomless mimosas for the big kids!
Gatehouse Tearooms: Macquarie St Gatehouse, Parramatta Park, Parramatta
Escape from the hustle and bustle of busy city life and relax at the Gatehouse Tea Rooms, where little ones can experience their own 'Kids High Tea' and you can indulge in the finest quality High Tea including the Traditional and the Royal, in one of the oldest High Tea venues in Australia.
Please note: High tea is available by appointment only.
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Jun 04 2019
Hi Melanie, the hero image is from the Shangri-la Hotel's high tea.
Jun 03 2019
Which high tea is the first photo from. Labeled "By: Hayley Dean, 10 February 2019" Looks great!
Aug 18 2015
I have heard phenomenal things about Decorati creative studios for toddler and children's parties & high teas. They are based in Wetherill Park. www.decorati.com.au
Sep 12 2014
Have lots of nieces that would love a high tea as a day out