From Easter eggs and bunnies to hot cross buns, brownies and cakes, when it comes to Easter goodies Brisbane doesn’t disappoint — and this year’s no exception! Here’s our list of the best places to go in Brisbane for some seriously delicious Easter treats!
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, right now 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.
Located in Albion, Brewbakers is a small artisan bakery and cafe filled with freshly-baked delights.
From chocolatey choc chip bagels, hot cross buns, tarts and brownies to sour dough donuts, cakes and fiscelles, you’ll be sure to find plenty of Easter goodies for the family – and more importantly, for yourself!
Brewbakers is located at Shop 1, 337 Sandgate Road in Albion.
New Farm Confectionery
New Farm Confectionery is taking Easter to a whole new level this year!
They’ve just unveiled their Easter 2016 collection, featuring salted caramel bunnies, honeycomb eggs, marshmallow eggs, rock road eggs and more!
They also have a huge range of other chocolates and treats, including dark chocolate peanut brittle bark and white chocolate rocky road.
New Farm Confectionery is located at 14 Barker Street in New Farm.
For those with intolerances or dietary requirements, Sol Breads is the place to go for all your 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 in West End.
With a hand-crafted French menu filled with buttery flaky pastries, rustic baguettes and decadent patisseries, Chouquette is the perfect place for dinner party hosts looking to impress their guests this Easter.
Delight your guests with éclair chocolates, croissants, macaroons, Chouquettes, Tarte Citron, Danish pastries or Brioche. Can we come over too?
Chouquette is located at 19 Barker Street in New Farm.
La Vosh Patisserie
Red Hill’s La Vosh Patisserie serves up a range of delicious baked goods perfect for the Easter break.
There’s New York bagels, French pastries, chocolate truffle cakes, chocolate éclairs, brioche and this Easter they’re even doing sourdough hot cross buns! Delish!
La Vosh Patisserie is located at 154 Musgrave Road in Red Hill.
If you are a die-hard chocoholic, Dello Mano is definitely the place for you this Easter!
With a shop filled with chocolates, fudge and a range of incredibly delicious Easter-themed brownies, like hot cross brownies, Easter brownie eggs and bunnies, Easter brownie pie and cookie Easter gifts, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to chocolate heaven!
Dello Mano is located at 29 Doggett Street in Newstead.
The Noosa Chocolate Factory
If you’re after gourmet Easter treats this year, don’t look past the chocolately goodness that is The Noosa Chocolate Factory.
Along with their huge range of chocolates and treats, they’ve just released their gourmet Easter collection for this year featuring a range of unique handmade and hand painted Easter bunnies and eggs!
The Noosa Chocolate Factory is located at 156 Adelaide Street in Brisbane.
Why not spoil yourself with a guilt-free natural gluten-free doughnut — or two — from Nodo Donuts? We’re in if you are!
This year, their famous hot cross doughnuts are back and looking more delicious than ever! Or maybe you’d like to try their raw cacao doughnuts with strawberry and dark maca infused chocolate or their sticky date donuts! Oh. My. Gosh.
Nodo Donuts is located at 1 Ella Street in Newstead.
Lindt Chocolate Shop
If you’re looking some great Easter gifts for your friends and family, you have to stop in at 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.
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 Rd in Beenleigh.
Couverture & Co
Artisan chocolate shop Couverture & Co is offering chocolate lovers a range of unique chocolate goodies this Easter!
From banoffee chocolate eggs piled high with clusters of salted caramel, banana chips and marshmallow, freckle eggs, Easter carrots and ducks to choc-cross buns — you’ll be sure to find something you like! We’ll have one of everything, please!
Couverture & Co are located at 19A Enoggera Terrace in Red Hill. For more info click here.
You can’t have Easter without at least one batch (or two) of traditional hot cross buns, and Banneton Bakery sure know how to do that!
Located in Woolloongabba, Banneton Bakery prepare all of their doughs using only natural ingredients, and cook them in a wood fire oven – giving them an incredibly unique flavour.
But if hot cross buns aren’t really your thing, the bakery also make delicious chocolately sweets like brownies, black forrest tart, raspberry ganache and vegan chocolate cake. Heavenly!
Banneton Bakery is located at 25 Balaclava Street in Woolloongabba.
Chester Street Bakery
Chester Street Bakery will help you make your Easter eggs-cellent one (see what we did there) this year, with their range of incredible Easter-themed cakes.
Check out their Easter crème egg cake or cookie and cream cake topped with mini eggs and malteaser bunnies, they’ll seriously make your mouth water and your eyes light up! We’re ordering one right now!
Chester Street Bakeries are located at 32A Chester Street in Newstead and on Grey Street in South Bank.
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!
Try the Torrens Truffle with plum and South Australian port ganache in dark chocolate, or the Hinterland with Tassie leatherwood honey and Queensland ginger ganache, or the Fruity Barrossa with South Australia brandy and sultana ganache. Perfect for when the kids have gone to bed!
This Easter, they’ve also introduced Handsome Harry to their menu — a 70cm 2.5kilo Easter bunny! Wow!
Mayfield Chocolates is located at The Barracks, 61 Petrie Terrace in Petrie.
You can always count on Doughtnut Time for new and wacky doughnut creations every Easter and this year’s no exception!
They’re released a range of Easter themed doughnuts in lead up to the long weekend, including the Yolk Addict with a toffee glaze and a Cadbury crème egg on top, Love at First Bite with Nutella inside and cinnamon sugar on top and The Monster with a cream and chocolate glaze, marshmallow and chocolate biscuit filling and an Oreo on top.
Doughtnut Time is located at 39 Alfred Street in Fortitude Valley.
31 Degrees Custom Chocolates
This online chocolate business sure knows how to celebrate Easter, with an incredible range of goodies on offer!
Indulge in salted caramel, rockyroad, honeycomb and cookies and cream Easter eggs or a range of sweet chocolatey treats!
31 Degrees Custom Chocolates doesn’t have a physical location; to order online click here.
Drooling yet? Where’s your favourite place to get your Easter goodies? Let us know in the comments below!