The High Tea Party, the nations most popular high tea event series, is back for 2015 – and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever.

The celebrated event will travel around the country, offering ladies of all ages and locations a gorgeous excuse to catch up with their girlfriends.

The brainchild of Alison Dean, The High Tea Party is a unique event concept and a modern take on the traditional high tea offering a decadent all-day experience in five-star luxury. After complimentary bubbles on arrival, guests have the opportunity to indulge in complimentary pamper stations, fantastic shopping and entertainment, all before a grand high tea setting which includes delectable chocolates, cakes, scones and more.

In keeping with the events’ theme of women looking and feeling great, styling superstar Jo Blankfield will be taking to the stage to talk to guests about throwing away the rulebook of traditional body shapes. Jo’s focus on breaking down each body to create your own individual shape will resonate with women everywhere, and ladies in each state have the chance to win an on-stage styling session with Jo.

Support from a selection of Australia’s best-loved brands will ensure guests are spoilt from start to finish, as well as a gift bag full of goodies to take home. With so much to celebrate, it’s no surprise that the event welcomes over 25,000 women to tea nationally.

The High Tea Party will first travel to Brisbane in March, followed by Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.


  • Brisbane 14th – 15th March, Hilton Brisbane
  • Adelaide 30th – 31st May, Hilton Adelaide
  • Melbourne 18th – 19th July, Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
  • Perth 29th – 30th August, Parmelia Hilton Perth
  • Sydney 31st Oct – 1st November, Hilton Sydney

Tickets: Click here. 

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  • This was the worst thing i have ever been to. It was basically people trying to sell you things. By the time your table was served food which was four of everything. We had a table of seven people. We were told we had to get out so they could set up for next seating. There was no pampering. It was people trying to sell you there products. Shocking


  • I would love to have one of these, they’re so posh, so not my usual way to socialise. Maybe I’ll gave to get a few girlfriends together and organise one


  • high tea with me mates lets see how we go hey


  • i would love to attend the one being held in perth this year!


  • Ladies, please enjoy. It sounds lovely, but too far from Regional QLD for me.


  • i hadn’t heard of this event before. sounds great though!


  • This is a great event.


  • This sounds like it would be a lovely event to attend.


  • My sis and I keep talking about attending a High Tea, but it just hasn’t happened. This would be a great birthday gift idea – we’re both June babies, so Melbourne timing is not far off.


  • What a wonderful idea, combining almost all of the decadent things that a woman could want in one outing. It is like having all the chocolates of the world on offer in one room…bliss!


  • So Tassie misses out again….we never get a second throught here


  • What a great way to treat yourself


  • This sounds like a great way to spend a girls night out..


  • This looks great. Would be so nice to to go this with my close friends!


  • oh no there isn’t one in Canberra :( – wish I still lived in Melbourne it would have been great to go with my girlfriends!


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