From Easter eggs and bunnies to hot cross buns, brownies and cakes, we know exactly where to find Brisbane’s best chocolate this year.
Tom’s Confectionery Warehouse
If you’re looking for the perfect goodies for your family and friends this Easter, you’ll be sure to find them at Tom’s Confectionery Warehouse!
At this time of year, their 650sq metre warehouse is literally filled to the brim with Easter goodies, from Easter bunnies and eggs to biscuits, chocolate coated nuts and liquorice.
And until 9pm Easter Sunday, they’ll open 24 hours a day, every day – so you have plenty of time to stock up on goodies!
Tom’s Confectionery Warehouse is located at 358 Nudgee Road in Hendra. For more information, click here.
31 Degrees Custom Chocolates
Everything is customisable at 31 Degrees, from the shell to the filling, but there are a few tried-and-true favourites that just about everyone agrees are pretty great. The white chocolate passionfruit praline is a best-seller, followed by salted caramel bars, rocky road, and the infamous decadence bars.
For Easter, 31 Degrees has hand-decorated eggs available in Valrhona Dark or Milk couverture or Lindt White couverture.
31 degrees Custom Chocolates is located at 4 Hubert Street, Woolloongabba.
New Farm Confectionery
New Farm Confectionery is gearing up to take Easter by storm with big treats for big kids, with their limited edition Easter range now available.
With dark and milk chocolate Easter eggs filled with Rocky Road, Honeycomb and marshmallow to salted caramel filled bunnies, there is something to tickle everyone’s fancy.
New Farm Confectionery is located at 14 Barker Street, New Farm.
Dello Mano is (quite rightfully) known for its luxury brownies, but the store does some special Easter treats for those who love decadent sweets, including their traditional Easter brownie egg!
You’ll find Dello Mano in Tattersall’s Arcade, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City, and in Merthyr Village Shopping Centre (85 Merthyr Road, New Farm).
Flour & Chocolate
Flour & Chocolate will change the way you think about hot cross buns, with their decadent Black Forest hot cross buns flying out the door. The inventive range at Flour & Chocolate will be a winner with anyone who’s looking for something a little different this Easter.
Flour & Chocolate is located at 4/621 Wynnum Road, Morningside.
Specialising in traditional Belgian chocolates with native flavours of Australia, Mayfield’s chocolates are perfect for anyone looking to have a true blue Aussie Easter! The star at Mayfield is Handsome Harry — a 62cm-tall dark chocolate bunny. That’s over 2kg of Easter goodness!
Mayfield Chocolates is located at Wickham House, 155 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill.
Noosa Chocolate Factory
Noosa Chocolate Factory has a huge selection of Easter treats, from family-sized eggs to chocolate bunnies. From 1900kg of raw chocolate, the Noosa Chocolate Factory has made over 4800 eggs and 2715 bunnies this year, and we reckon at least one of them has your name on it.
Noosa Chocolate Factory is located at 156 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City.
For those with intolerances or dietary requirements, Sol Breads is the place to go for baked goods this Easter!
Located on Vulture Street, they offer a range of organic wheat, wheat-free, gluten-free and even vegan breads and baked goods. Stock up on their certified organic and vegan hot cross buns for Easter, and check out their huge range of tarts, muffins, pastries, slices and cakes.
Sol Breads is located at 27 Vulture Street, West End.
Why not spoil yourself with a guilt-free natural gluten-free doughnut — or two — from Nodo Donuts? We’re in if you are!
Their famous hot cross doughnuts are back and looking more delicious than ever this year, and they’ve also got carrot cake donuts!
Nodo Donuts is located at 1 Ella Street, Newstead.
If fun novelty chocolates are what you’re after this Easter, Poppy’s is the perfect place to go.
As well as a huge range of normal Easters treats like eggs and bunnies, they also stock a range of novelty goodies like chocolate fish and cars and even beauty and tool sets! Perfect for the kiddies!
Poppy’s Chocolates is located at 5/2 Spanns Road, Beenleigh.
Couverture & Co
Artisan chocolate shop Couverture & Co always has a unique range of goodies to tempt chocolate lovers with.
They’re always experimenting with flavours — from banoffee chocolate eggs to chilli ganache-filled treats, you’ll be sure to find something that agrees with your one-of-a-kind palate.
Couverture & Co are located at 19A Enoggera Terrace, Red Hill.
Lindt Chocolate Shop
If you’re looking some bulk Easter gifts for your friends and family, you can’t really go wrong with the Lindt Chocolate Shop at DFO.
The store offers Australia’s largest selection of Lindor balls to pick and mix, including exclusive flavours like cappuccino, champagne, Irish crème, mint and caramel brownie, as well as gift bags and plenty of chocolate bars.
While you’re there, stop in at the chocolate bar for a decadent Lindt hot chocolate or mocha. Delish!
Lindt Chocolate Shop is located in DFO on Ninth Avenue, Skygate at Brisbane Airport.
A World of Chocolate
The brainchild of Paralympian Gerrard Gosens, A World of Chocolate might just be the closest thing Brisbane has to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.
You’ll know you’re in for something special as soon as you step into a store filled with hot air balloons, a ferris wheel and a chocolate fountain, as well as a cabinet stocked with gourmet handmade chocolates and a wall lined with the very best chocolate from around the world.
A World of Chocolate is located at Brisbane Arcade, 117 Adelaide Street, 160 Queen Street Mall, Brisbane.
Chester Street Bakery
Chester Street Bakery is going all-out this year with their massive Easter Egg Hunt cake. Only available for a limited time, it’s a pink vanilla sponge with cookies and cream buttercream, topped with whipped white chocolate ganache, Oreo cookie pieces and Easter eggs. Easter sprinkles, pink chocolate shimmer balls and pink choc curls complete the effect.
Chester Street Bakery is located at 32A Chester Street, Newstead.
Milani House of Gelato
If gelato is your preferred chocolate delivery system, you’ve got to give this Hamilton hotspot a try — owner Yue Lin’s dark chocolate gelato whipped the field to be crowned Australia’s best gelato at the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show and the Australian Grand Dairy Awards.
Judges praised the smooth, creamy and luscious flavour of the dark chocolate gelato, which is made fresh every day with all natural ingredients. Order it in a take-home box and thrill the gelato fan in your life.
Milani House of Gelato is located at 53 Racecourse Road, Hamilton.
What are you craving this Easter? Let us know in the comments below!