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6 of the Best Easter High Tea Melbourne 2023

Heading out for high tea is a delightful experience with family and friends, and the perfect way to catch up and unwind over an array of delicacies – all presented in the most exquisite way.

Melbourne has some of the most coveted high tea experiences, and the offering at Easter is an amazing opportunity to have a luxurious afternoon out that is great for all ages.

I have put together some of the best Easter high tea ideas that Melbourne has to offer!

Decadent Easter High Tea Experiences

1. Stamford Mad Hatter's Easter High Tea

There is nothing quite like falling down the rabbit hole to a classic Mad Hatter’s Easter High Tea! The Stamford Plaza Melbourne has otherworldly fun in store with their sensational kids’ activities, including egg hunts and face painting.

Mouth-watering menu items like mini lamb pies and arancini, tartlets and curry puffs, classic finger sandwiches, fluffy scones with jam and cream and sweet tartlets and cupcakes – all with names fit for the Mad Hatter and friends!

They even have a Godiva Chocolate Fountain Garden with fruit, pretzels, wafers, and marshmallows!

Bookings are essential and priced at $99 per adult and $69 for kids under 12.

Stamford Plaza Melbourne Hotel, 111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 03 9659 1000, events@spm.stamford.com.au

2. Pullman Easter High Tea

Indulge at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park with their beautiful selection of sweet delicacies in the most luxurious setting that will ensure that you have a relaxing high tea on Easter Sunday.

Begin your afternoon with a selection of finger sandwiches, arancini, bao buns and freshly baked scones before finishing with an impressive hot cross bun tower, chocolate fountain and make your own crepe station!

They also have an Easter Garden display, and compliment the afternoon with a glass of sparkling wine on arrival and a tea service.

Served from 12.30pm – 3pm, the Pullman Easter High Tea is $109 per adult and $54.50 per child (6-12 years) and you can upgrade to free-flowing sparkling for $22.00 per adult.

Pullman, 192 Wellington Parade, Melbourne, 03 9419 2000, H9875@accor.coom

3. Easter Afternoon Tea at The Windsor

Afternoon Tea at The Windsor Melbourne is a lovely experience, and their Easter High Tea is a delectable way to celebrate the Easter festivities.

Wonderfully themed with pastel eggs and chocolate bunnies, carrots cakes and edible nests, the experience begins with French sparkling wine and Koko hot chocolate – with marshmallows for the kids.

Move on to luscious savouries and finger sandwiches before sampling sweet pastries, cakes, and tarts as well as their amazing hot cross scones with house made jam and cream.

Tea and coffee compliment your afternoon and The Windsor’s Easter High Tea runs throughout the school holidays. Children and senior pricing are available.

The Windsor, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne, 03 9633 6000, info@thew.co.au

4. Easter High Tea at Rippon Lea Estate

For an Easter High Tea that offers something a little bit different, Rippon Lea Estate has an enchanting experience that is set in the opulent Ballroom and lush green gardens that make it spectacular!

Their delicious menu features fluffy finger sandwiches, scrumptious savouries and sweet morsels like panna cotta, black forest cake, s’more brownies and hot cross scones.

There are also vegan and other dietary options available, free-flowing tea and coffee and a glass of sparkling on arrival!

Adult tickets are from $69, Teens from $49 and children (2-12) from $19. You can add on two hours of bottomless iced tea cocktails or mocktails from $40 per person.

Rippon Lea Estate, 192 Hotham St, Elsternwick, 03 9682 1777, info@seg.melbourne

5. Hyatt Melbourne Easter High Tea

If you are looking for a high tea Easter Sunday that has the traditional and luxurious experience of days gone by, the Hyatt Melbourne has a beautiful service that is perfect for everyone.

Also available on other days over the Easter holidays, you will be served with free-flowing Victorian sparkling wine, loose-leaf tea and coffee and non-alcoholic options for children.

The high tea has classic Victorian era sandwiches and savouries, scones, madeleines and preserves and pastries inspired by Easter – there is also a reduced menu for children, and they will love the daily Easter Egg Hunt!

Mini Easter Eggs are a lovely treat on departure and pricing is $98 per adult and $50 per child (from 2 – 12 years)

Hyatt Melbourne, 123 Collins Street, Melbourne, 03 9657 1234, phmelbourne.radii@hyatt.com

6. Overnewton Castle Kids Easter Day

At Overnewton Castle you will find the cutest Easter High Tea with exciting activities for the kids to celebrate!

With plaster painting, a bonnet parade, and competitions for the best Easter fun, their high tea is served at 12pm and has delicious scones with jam and cream, tea cakes and finger sandwiches!

Guests will also have tea and coffee available, and there are competitions and prizes to add to a fun afternoon out. Kids will love the pink lemonade, or hot chocolate and marshmallows on arrival!

Tickets are available from $35 per person

Overnewton Castle, 51 Overnewton Road, Keilor, 03 9331 6367, info@overnewtoncastle.com.au

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Joyce Watts is a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned serial entrepreneur.

As well as being the founder of TOT: HOT OR NOT she helps businesses with their SEO, email marketing & social media as BrightSmart.com.au; she owns an online bike store CycleStyle.com.au and develops and produces creative experiences for families via WheelieGoodFun.com. She used to publish another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

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