Here’s a list of the best high teas in the Geelong region

Here’s a list of the best high teas in the Geelong region

Campbell Point House
Words by Mackenzie Pennycook

If you're looking to get your fresh scone fix.

If sandwiches, scones and a selection of cakes and cheeses sounds like your dream day, then these high tea events in and around Geelong might be for you.

Bear and Scoobs

There’s nothing like a traditional high tea and that’s exactly what you’ll get at Bear and Scoobs. The selection at Bear and Scoobs includes homemade scones, homemade sausage rolls and ribbon sandwiches just to name a few! It wouldn’t be a traditional high tea without accompanying drinks, of course, think tea (duh), barista-made coffee and a piccolo of sparkling wine or sparkling water, Bear and Scoobs has covered all bases.

It’s $59 per person. To secure your spot at Bear and Scoobs, head here to book.

Van Loons Café

Van Loons Café is serving up a high tea experience like no other. Picture mini quiches, sandwiches, scones, macarons and a selection of sweet cakes and tarts there is sure to be something for everyone.

Whether it’s sweet or savoury you’re after, Van Loons Café has you covered with their high tea.

Check out the website and stay up to date on their socials here to ensure you never miss a date.

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Sandstone & Co

High tea is what Sandstone & co do best. With a delicious selection of both sweet and savory treats, all to be washed down with a glass of champagne on arrival, pink lemonade and an enviable selection of teas. At only $45 per head Sandstone & co spots at Sandstone & co fill up fast!

Follow their socials here to keep up to date with their high tea events and be sure to book in your spot ASAP to secure a place.

Bobby Dres

If traditional high tea isn’t for you, Bobby Dre’s has you covered. Bobby Dre’s burger and taco high teas add a fun twist on the traditional high tea most of us are used to. The burger option comes with sweet potato and regular fries, a selection of mini sliders and churros for dessert. Whilst the taco option comes with nachos, tacos and churros for a sweet treat.

$32 per person or $38 per person with a beer or wine and $43 with a cocktail, Bobby Dres has something for everyone.

Bookings are essential, and 48 hours’ notice is required if you’re after high tea at Bobby Dres, head here to find out more info.

Flying Brick Cider Co.

Flying Brick Cider Co. in Wallington is offering up another twist on the classic high tea with their High Cheese. Available Monday to Friday, you can score a selection of cheese, accompanied with your choice of tea and coffee, wine or cocktail jug. With crackers and fresh bread to accompany, as well as a sweet white chocolate ricotta mouse, High Cheese is set to be something cheese and wine lovers can’t miss.

To find out more info and to book, head here.

Campbell Point House

If traditional high tea is more your speed, Campbell Point House is not to be missed. With sweet selections including lemon tarts, Chantilly filled profiteroles, Turkish delights and homemade chocolate. As well as scones and a massive selection of tea sandwiches. Set behind the incredible Campbell Point House backdrop, you can’t get a more traditional and high tea.

High tea is available on select afternoons Friday to Monday, bookings are essential to secure your spot.

To suss the menu and book in, head here.

Searoad Ferries

Searoad Ferries is offering a high tea on the high sea for all the sailing enthusiasts out there. Think finger sandwiches, puff pastries and savoury tarts for all you savoury lovers out there. If sweets are more your vibe they have you covered on that front too, with macarons, sweet slices and of course scones. There’s also bubbles to wash everything down with, this one is a high tea like no other, and is set to be an unmissable experience.

Head to the Searoad ferries website here for all the extra deets.