Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Dandenong Ranges High Tea has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Dandenong Ranges High Tea is one of the region’s long-running traditions and an attraction for both locals and visitors.
With many different venues offering varying experiences for guests, it isn’t hard to see why this is a must-experience while touring the area.
Best Dandenong Ranges High Tea Locations & Cost, Sassafras & Kallista
Cafe de Beaumarchais also offers a high tea with a French twist. Enjoy savoury pastries, baguettes, croissants and delicious desserts with a cup of tea or coffee. At $35 per person, this is a great value choice.
Fortnums restaurant also offers high tea where you can enjoy gourmet sandwiches and savoury treats as well as cakes, pastries and scones. You can also enjoy a cup of tea or coffee which is included in the $45.90 price. Bookings are essential.
Yarra Valley Lodge is one of the best places to enjoy high tea near the Dandenong Ranges. Take a Sunday afternoon off and enjoy the themed buffet with plenty of sweet treats and savoury items. Look out for beverages from local companies and revel in this perfect afternoon indulgence. Charges are $45 and $27.50 for adults and children (3-12 years) respectively. Bookings are necessary.
Join other high tea lovers at Yering Meadows every weekend afternoon between 3pm-4pm for a delightful afternoon overlooking the majestic Yarra Valley. Gluten-free high tea is available with prior booking. Other venues to enjoy afternoon tea in Dandenong Ranges include Sky High Mt Dandenong, Cuckoo Restaurant as well as the Piggery cafe at Burnham Beeches.