Your Insider’s Guide To Help You Spoil Your Mum This Mother’s Day In Newcastle
Sunday the 12th of May is the time to tell all mothers around Australia how much they mean to you. Tell them how much you appreciate everything they do for you and how much you love them. It is also the time to say thank you to your mum and what’s a better way to show how grateful you are then to take them out for a Mother’s Day breakfast, lunch or dinner? Here are some of the great places we’ve found to spoil your mum this Mother’s Day in Newcastle!
A visit to Mrs Porters house is starting to become a Mother's day tradition in Newcastle. The house contains a century’s worth of memorabilia to the lives of Florence Porter, and her daughters Ella and Hazel: photographs, clothes, needlework, furnishings, furniture, and other household goods. This year, there will be a special focus on an exhibition of tea sets. The house will be open from 1pm to 4pm on Sunday the 13th of May. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for children over 5 years and pensionners. Entry is free for children under 5 years as well as National Trust Members.
The surfhouse Restaurant will be open for lunch, offering amazing views as well as a nice and relaxing atmosphere. The perfect Mother's Day treat. I would strongly recommend booking in advance as there is a limited number of tables. If you would like to make a booking, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 4918 000 and dial 2.
Show your mum how much you love her by taking her out for a memorable chocolate lunch at Max Brenner! If your mum likes chocolate, she will absolutely fall in love with Max Brenner!
Don't know where to take your mum for mother's day? Treat her to a breakfast or lunch at the new Snows Patisserie in Marketown. There is a beautiful outside area to sit where you can enjoy the last few nice days before winter. Book in for two people for lunch or breakfast and you will receive a free 5inch cake !
Missed out on booking a table for mother's day? Make the most of the predicted sunny weather by visiting the Newcastle City Farmers Markets. With a cup of Australian Estate Coffee you and your family can stroll leisurely through the markets and sample the offerings of local growers and producers. With the likes of Oyster Direct, Draytons Family Wines, Bills Organic Bakery and the Hunter Valley Pasta Co. there's enough delicious choice to create your own mother’s day picnic lunch! Located at Broadmeadow Showground the Newcastle City Farmers Markets are open 8am till 1pm.