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10 Best Ideas for Mother’s Day High Tea Delivery

We love ourselves a fancy afternoon out for high tea in Melbourne at any time of year, but this experience always becomes extra special on Mother's Day.

But if you find that this year you can’t (or don't want to) go out for afternoon tea then you can still organise a high tea home delivery in Melbourne!

It’s the perfect solution for an at-home Mother’s Day treat, for yourself or to gift to your mum, grandmother or important person in your life when they don't live near you.

Place an order with these Melbourne shops and online businesses, set the table, get dressed up and make the most of Mother's Day high tea in a box!

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When is Mother's Day 2023?

Mother's Day 2023 is on Sunday 14 May 2023.

Mother's Day High Tea Melbourne delivery

1. The High Tea Mistress

Regional, seasonal, and delicious! That is the Mother's Day High Tea delivery experience you can expect from The High Tea Mistress. Their Curated menu is perfect for one or more and highlights regional produce. The High Tea Mistress also caters to dietary requirements and offers high tea delivery Victoria-wide.

The High Tea Mistress, 54 Fraser St Clunes, +61 3 8797 2557

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The High Tea Mistress Mother;s Day High Tea Delivery

2. Mary Eats Cake

Melbourne afternoon tea salon Mary Eats Cake offers high tea deliveries from Mary’s Online Store.

Buy fresh produce, high tea packages, scones and other sweet treats, available for pick up or delivery within a 35km radius of Brunswick and Montrose (delivery fees apply).

You can also celebrate on-site in Brunswick and Montrose during the Mother’s Day weekend, all whilst enjoying the deliciousness of the Mary Eats Cake High Tea, treats and range of drinks.

Mary Eats Cake, 558 Sydney Road, Brunswick | Leith Road, Montrose, montrose@maryeatscake.com.au, +61 3 9728 6435

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Mary Eats Cake Mother's Day High Tea Delivery

3. The Stables of Como

The Stables of Como at Como House and Gardens in South Yarra are currently open for take away and delivery via Uber Eats.

You can DIY high tea and order a homemade scone platter and cheese and antipasto platter for high tea delivery in Melbourne!

By the way, if you’re booking a cake delivery in Melbourne via a third party food ordering app like Doordash and Menulog, I recommend signing up to ShopBack and Cashrewards to get cashback on your purchases. That’s extra money straight into your account for every tracked transaction!

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The Stables of Como, Como House and Gardens, cnr Williams Rd and Lechlade Ave South Yarra, +61 3 9942 3630

The Stables of Como South Yarra
The Stables of Como Mother's Day High Tea Delivery

4. The Westin Melbourne

The Westin Melbourne offers high tea at home via Providoor.

The High Tea at Home for two costs $148 ($74 for one person) and includes scones, savoury food such as a brie, leek and chestnut tartlet, sweet delights like sugar-crusted profiteroles with peach crème patisserie.

The ‘Le Petit Kids High Tea‘ means kids can enjoy three tiers of yummy sweet and savoury treats.

Pick up is available from The Westin Melbourne on 205 Collins Street,Melbourne or delivery for these packs within 35km of Melbourne CBD is $16.50. Orders placed by 4pm will be delivered the following morning between 2am and 8am.

The Westin Melbourne, 205 Collins Street, Melbourne, support@providoor.com.au

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The Westin Melbourne Mother's Day High Tea Delivery

5. Collins Coffee House

High Tea in a Box for two from Collins Coffee House is $110 and includes ribbon sandwiches and other savoury bites, scones with cream and raspberry preserves, and handmade pastries such as flourless orange and almond cake. You can also add extras such as premium teas, or hire cake stands, teacups and saucers.

Orders need to be placed 24 hours prior.  Deliveries are expected to arrive prior to midday and are available 7 days a week.

Collins Coffee House, 395 Collins St Melbourne, 0403621725, info@collinscoffeehouse.co

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Collins Coffee House Mother's Day High Tea Delivery

6. Koko Black

Treats from Melbourne's favourite artisan chocolatier Koko Black never fails to please in a high tea setting! They offer free express postage for orders over $100 and quick same-day delivery from their stores via Deliveroo.

The pralines gift box make for a lovely gift for mum too.

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7. T2 Tea

No afternoon tea is complete without some classy tea. T2 Tea tea comes in a distinctively bright and colourful box that looks good as part of any high tea gift.

Order T2 Tea teas and tea sets as a gift or the perfect accompaniment to a Mother’s Day High Tea. Tea for delivery is free with orders over $50.

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T2 Mother's Day Tea

8. Organic teas and tea accessories

Biome is one of Australia's best-known zero-waste, eco-friendly stores. You can purchase organic tea and coffee, as well as tea accessories online for delivery.

Biome is also a great place to purchase an environmentally friendly gift for your mum (or yourself). Have a look at their earth-friendly gift edit for Mother's Day. Their gifts inspire healthy living, beautiful natural skin care, organic gardening, reusing and recycling.

Biome Mother's Day Tea Ideas

9. Interflora

Finally, Mother's day breakfast, brunch or afternoon tea isn’t complete without a bunch of flowers! Order a Mother's Day flower delivery from Interflora and have the flowers are handcrafted by local florists (in Melbourne or elsewhere, depending on your delivery address) and delivered with care.

My mum never buys herself flowers so I always like to arrange a bouquet of native flowers to be delivered to her house interstate on Mother's Day.

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Interflora Mother's Day High Tea Flowers

10. Petals Network

Brighten mum's day with fresh flowers from Petals Network. What we like most is that you can choose the Designer's Choice package in case you get stuck choosing from their wide range of options. Just let them know what type of bouquet or arrangement you like to send and for which occasion and their florist will design a stunning gift the recipient will love.

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Petals Network Mother's Day High Tea Flowers

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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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  1. Hi Joyce
    Thanks to your post last year – mid-lockdown, we used these delivery services a few times. What a great idea! Now, I’d love to get a high tea box delivered to my mum in Brisbane. Have you any ideas how to find a list of providers as extensive as the above for Brisbane? Google isn’t much help – maybe its just not done in Brisbane?
    Thanks for any help or ideas you can give.

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