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7 Next Level Dessert Bars Worth Flying To

That is if you're in need of an excuse to jump on a plane & eat delicious desserts

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With Easter almost here, and the sweet stuff on our mind, perhaps it’s time you considered indulging in a weekend that’s all about the desserts.
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Image credit: Koi Dessert Bar

Whether you’re staying local this Easter or heading to any one of Newcastle Airport's 8 direct destinations, here are some delicious venues that should be added to your list of dessert must do’s.

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12 Micron

Located within the harbour front foodie playground that is Sydney’s Barangaroo, 12 Micron is where all dessert lovers need to be. Combining its 270-degree harbour views with devourable desserts like peanut butter, rosella, toast ice-cream or the coconut rough with Azelia mousse, coconut and rainforest lime. Decisions can be tough which is why the 3 or 5-course Tasting Menu with matching Cocktails and Mocktails is the smart way to go.

Where: Tower 1, Level 2/100 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo

12 Micron

Koi Dessert Bar

Created by those MasterChef Brothers, Reynold and Arnold Poernomo, their two-storey glass building in Sydney’s Chippendale is where you’ll find their fully immersive dessert experience. Take either the ground floor patisserie option or head upstairs for a more refined yet casual dining experience.

Where: 46 Kensington St, Chippendale

Koi Dessert Bar


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Om Nom

Described as ‘Heaven for those with a sweet tooth’ Om Nom takes desserts to the extreme. Choosing one would be considered a sin which is why the Dessert Degustation is the way to go. Located within the Adelphi Hotel in Melbourne’s Flinders Lane it’s a Melbourne must do.

Where: 187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Girls & Boys

In typical Melbourne style, here's a cafe that's beyond trendy, it's setting the trend, that being a 100% plant-based and vegan dessert bar that has you munching down on super tasty ice creams, desserts and smoothies, 100% guilt free.

Where: 382a Brunswick St, Fitzroy
Girls & Boys
The Gelato Sandwich, at Girls & Boys, with your choice of gelato filling inside a housemade doughnut or croissant.


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Koko Black

Take a chocolate journey into the world that is Koko Black. Located in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Perth and Adelaide’s Rundle Mall it’s best to set aside a few hours to fully immerse yourself in the delicious world of chocolate, Koko style.

The sharing plates are the way to go, filled with Koko favourites like the Black Forest Gateau, Caramel Delice, Chocolate and Hazelnut Gateau, Chocolate and Salted Caramel Tart and Raspberry French Almond Cakes, how can you say no.

Where: Rundle Street Mall, Adelaide
Koko Black

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Ricardo’s Cafe

Owner and Patissier Ricardo De’marco and his famous little café have become a favourite amongst Canberreans. Specialising in all kinds of yummies the menu covers everything from Nutella Croissants, Blueberry Waffles, Macrons, Injectable Doughnuts and cakes inspired by all our favourites childhood flavours including Milo, Jaffa, Golden Gaytimes and Magnums

Where: Jamison Plaza, Bowman St, Macquarie

Just some of the delights at Ricardo's Cafe

With flights as low as $69 one way* you'd be a fool to not book yourself a weekend in Brisvegas.

Bacchus South Bank

This venue has it all, an award-winning modern Australian menu, an extensive wine list that would impress even the most experienced of wine lovers, exquisite High Tea, there’s even an Egg Degustation which is inspired by the traditional Easter Egg. However what we’re interested in is that Dessert Degustation. Check it out here

Where: Cnr Grey & Glenelg St, South Bank

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Newcastle Airport

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Direct international flights from Newcastle Airport to Auckland, New Zealand via Virgin Australia are available until 17 February 2019.

Make Newcastle Airport your point A. It’s right on your door, and has no tolls to pay, or big city parking fees. Instead it’s easy parking and check-in and time to relax.

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