Cottage Tea Rooms

High Tea In The Valley

Bookings for High Tea And Events

Please fill out the following booking form, or call the Tea Rooms on 9296 6886.

Please note: Special conditions apply for bookings on Mother's Day the 14th of May. In order to make a booking please call us on 9296 6886.



High Tea Booking Policy

  1. High Teas are $35 per head weekdays and $40 per head weekends.

  2. Bookings are essential and can be made via the website or call the tea room during our opening times Monday to Friday from 10-4 and Saturday - Sunday 9-5.

  3. We require a $35 deposit for High Tea bookings during the week, $40 deposit for High Tea bookings on the weekend and $100 deposit for group High Tea bookings of 10 or more on weekends or weekdays, payable on the day.

  4. Final confirmation of numbers 24 hours prior to the booking.

  5. We do not confirm any reservations without a deposit.

  6. Should you need to re schedule or increase your booking we will happily do so provided you call 24 hours prior and depending on availability.

  7. We do not give refunds on cancellations.

  8. We have a strict “change of booking” policy, if you need to decrease the number of confirmed guests you must inform us 24 hours prior that your numbers are less than the confirmed number, if we are not informed we reserve the right to charge for the full amount owing on the confirmed booking.

  9. For our younger guests we created a special Children's High Tea. A smaller, plated array of petite fours, finger sandwiches and hot savouries served with hot chocolates for only $15 per child weekdays and $20 per child weekends. Bookings are essential. You are most welcome to order off the menu for your child if you prefer. Please advise us when making the booking so we can make sure the table is set correctly.

  10. We no longer cater for specific dietary requirements for high teas however we have gluten free scones and cakes available to order off the menu.

China Sencha - A delicate and delightfully refreshing tea. Known for its grassy aroma, Chinese Sencha is slightly sweeter on the palate than the japanese variety.