Where To Get Frozen Yoghurt In Sydney
The fro-yo craze hit its peak a few years ago with a cafe or kiosk popping up on every street corner, but such is the law of supply and demand that the frenzy soon fizzled, with only a few stalwarts remaining.
In truth though, there is something ingenious about this self-serve concept, with its endless, unique combinations and your every sweet whim satiated. Kids love creating their own mix and match desserts and it’s all charged by weight so you get what you pay for! The DIY treats mean you can have as much or as little as you like - perfect for keeping it low cost and low kilojoule it that’s what you’re into.
For a fun dessert or a summer treat, here are a few places still serving up fro-yo in Sydney.
YogurBerry, Various Locations
A winner in the DIY fro-yo concept, YogurBerry will satisfy all your sweet cravings! Create your own unique, self-serve dessert from their huge, ever-changing selection. In fact, Yogurberry was the first to initiate the system in Australia. Their delicious flavours include watermelon, bubblegum and oreo. Their signature Taro and crowd-pleasing Nutella flavours are their most popular, and you can try before you buy. Top it off with your favourite soft or crunchy additions, with everything from gummy bears and chocolate brownies to popping boba and mochi on offer.
Where: Locations all over Sydney including Bankstown, Bondi, Castle Hill, Cronulla, Eastwood, Parramatta, Liverpool and CBD.
A sweet little spot in Manly, Yoghurtland is one of the best in the business and has stood the test of time with its super smooth fro-yo, an extensive array of amazing flavours and a smorgasbord of fun toppings. Their exotic frozen delights include Rocky Road, Salted Caramel Pecan and Peanut Butter and fan favourites like Toasted Coconut, Classic Cookies & Cream and Hershey’s Chocolate Milkshake. Top this with whatever you like from an abundance of fruit, chocolate, cookies, candy and cheesecake! You can taste a few flavours if you can’t decide, but be warned, this place is popular and gets busy. They also have gluten-free, no-sugar and dairy-free options. There is limited seating so grab your tub and take a stroll down the famous Manly Corso.
Where: 96 The Corso, Manly. They also have other stores in Sydney's greater west and regional NSW.
This little hidden gem in Sydney’s south-west boasts Australia's biggest range of flavours with a menu of 50+ available at any one time. Their frozen yoghurt comes in a 97% fat-free classic soft-serve with rotating flavours including Pavlova, peanut butter & jelly, Banoffee Pie and raspberry Redskin. You can choose up to four flavours at once, and the topping selection is next level with fruit, pearls, chocolate, syrups, nuts, spreads, marshmallows, lollies and more. Dairee also does a gourmet Dairee Whip where your own frozen yoghurt flavour is custom made on the spot. Their fruit bowls (literally fro-yo in bowls made of fruit) look amazing!
Where: Shop 2, 171A Waterloo Rd, Greenacre
Smoothie Factory, Bondi Junction
These cool kiosk in Westfield Bondi Junction give you a healthy fro-yo fix on the go. Smoothie Factory prides itself on authentic frozen yoghurt with classic flavours like vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and mango, and a combination of toppings to spice it up including fruit and nuts, and cheeky sweets and sprinkles!
Where: Westfield Bondi Junction, Miranda and Hurstville
Yogurccino, Crows Nest
This lovely dessert cafe in Sydney’s North Shore's is a local favourite and live by their motto Love Peace and Yogurt. Yogurccino has fresh daily flavours from an innovative, changing selection - their new grilled banana flavour is divine - and an excellent range of toppings from lollies, chocolate, fruit and nuts. Again, it’s DIY and all done by weight so you can have a little or a lot!
Where: 1/29A Willoughby Rd, Crows Nest
Another independent, local fave, PRAUS Gordon is ago-to treat spot! This funky, candy-coloured cafe offers a good range of classic flavours like mango, strawberry, caramel and taro, and plenty of toppings to load up with. You might even get yourself up on the prized picture wall.
Where: 6 St Johns Ave, Gordon
Anita has brought it's absolutely incredible ice cream and frozen yoghurt from across the Mediterranean establishing boutique ice cream parlours from Australia to New York. All Anita flavours are 100% hand-made from top quality natural and locally sourced ingredients. You can pick from over 150 different kinds of frozen yogurt, sorbets, and organic sugar- free, fat-free, soy-based and real cream-based ice creams, plus there's a buffet of tempting toppings. Their addictive frozen yogurts are a low-fat treat topped with fresh fruit, sweet syrup, chocolate, or Anita’s unique home-made jams.
Where: Bondi Beach, Westfield Bondi Junction and Broadway.
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