Best ways to treat mum this Mother’s Day in Brisbane
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Best ways to treat mum this Mother’s Day in Brisbane

Let’s celebrate the lady who always (like, always…) knows what’s best.

Racking your brains for somewhere to take your mum or mother figure for Mother’s Day, that will somehow repay her for decades of loving care and all-round wonderfulness? Here’s a list of fab places and gifts around Brisbane that will make her feel super special.

Surprise Mum with Cuisine on Cue’s High Tea at Old Government House

The ultimate sweet treat for Mum has to be a high tea. Come and enjoy an indulgent high tea in the elegance of Old Government House, one of Queensland’s most important heritage buildings, and the home of the William Robinson Gallery – where, for this special Mother’s Day event, you’ll experience food, art, and culture at its finest. Step away from the every day and enjoy a touch of sophistication! Bookings can be made here.

Spend the Day at Victoria Park Putting and Dining

Celebrate Mother’s Day in style at Victoria Park! Treat Mum to a serene setting at their Bistro complete with a complimentary glass of bubbles paired alongside delicious food. And while you’re there, delight in some family fun with face painting, giant games, an adventure playground and, naturally, a round of Putt Putt! Find out more and secure your spot here.

Take in the views and scrumptious eats at Walkabout Creek Cafe

Nestled within the serene Enoggera Reservoir National Park in Brisbane, this unique venue offers an unforgettable experience for you and your family amidst the leafy surrounds of Walkabout Creek. And since we know no two mums are the same, this cafe is offering three brekkie and lunch sittings for early birds, late risers, and sun lovers. Visit their website to book your preferred sitting and secure your table in the heart of nature here.

Choose Your Dining Experience at Patina at Alumni Court, St Lucia

At Patina Restaurant, you’ve got two ways to spoil mum this Mother’s Day. Treat her to a touch of elegance with their Sparkling High Tea for $78pp, or make the most of the day with a three-course long lunch for $95pp. The lunch menu features autumnal dishes like chargrilled quail and roasted beetroot, which is perfect for the cooler weather we’ve been having. Reserve your table now here.

Delight the lady who deserves it all with Bacchus Restaurant’s High Tea

To honour Mum and mum-like figures, Bacchus is excited to once again host Mother’s Day High Tea. Featuring beautifully tiered plates of decadent delights including house-made madeleines, scones with jam and cream (of course), Reuben-inspired finger sandwiches and Moreton Bay bug & Oscietra caviar pinwheels, Bacchus will be making the day extra special with a glass of something bubbly, live entertainment and free-flowing Harney & Sons teas. Reserve your table here.

Dine by the water at Riverbar & Kitchen

Looking for the perfect way to spoil your mum or mother figure this Mother’s Day? Show her how much you care, the best way we know how: with great food and sweeping views of the Brisbane River. Starting off strong with a complimentary glass of Chandon Garden Spritz on arrival, then enjoy your choice of shared entrée and a main from their Mother’s Day selection for $65pp. Bookings can be made via their website here.

Treat Mum to Me-time at Angelika Cinemas

Treat mum to the ultimate cinematic experience this Mother’s Day with an Angelika Cinemas gift card. Give her the gift of escape with a wide selection of films, in opulent surroundings where comfort meets sophistication. With Angelika Cinema’s gift cards, she can choose her favourite flicks and indulge in first-class food and drinks. Make her day unforgettable with a gift that promises relaxation, entertainment, and the magic of the silver screen. Head online to grab your last-minute gift here.

Get your Greek on with a feast at Yamas Greek Restaurant

With a name like Yamamas Day, who could say no to that? Take your tastebuds to Greece with their signature a la carte menu or their 10-piece lunch banquet for $99. They’ve got all the favourites covered with tzatziki and pita bread, spanakopita, saganaki, mixed souvlaki, and more (if your stomach can fit it!) Make sure you book ahead via their website here to avoid disappointment – and trust us, once you get a whiff of the food, you won’t want to leave.

Shop Till You Drop With Mum on King St

If you need something to do on the Saturday before Mother’s Day, Magpie Goose has you covered with their ‘crafternoon’, where you’ll use sustainable materials to craft your very own jewellery item to gift mum. Plus, Artisan will host a Mother’s Day Market on Saturday, so rest assured you have any last-minute pressies sorted. And for the home-bodies, King St Bakery offers take-home high-tea kits for you to treat mum from the comfort of her own home (and don’t let her touch those dishes!)

Be the favourite child and book mum in for a seafood feast at One Fish Two Fish

Treat mum to an extra special Mother’s Day with a three-course seafood feast. The menu features classic favourites like the salt & pepper squid and new twists like the goldband snapper with cauliflower purée and roasted broccolini. This is the perfect way to spoil her for lunch or dinner! Bookings can be made via their website here.

Make a difference by donating in mum’s name to The Lady Musgrave Trust

As a mother of three, Rebecca Sparrow knows the trials and tribulations of raising a family as well as anyone – and that’s before you add in the complexity of unstable or unsafe housing.  That’s why this Mother’s Day, Rebecca – an author, teen educator, new host of the ABC podcast Parental As Anything Teens and proud Ambassador of The Lady Musgrave Trust – is asking you to support a mum in need. Your donation comes with a customisable certificate for you to give mum, knowing that you’ve also helped another. Donations can be made via The Lady Musgrave Trust website here.

This is your ticket to securing your position as the favourite child!

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