Does the idea of getting dressed up in your Sunday best and indulging in petite sandwiches, dainty cakes, freshly baked scones and pots of tea served in the prettiest serving ware excite you? Then read on because the perfect venue for such elegant pursuits is now in Canberra, but for a limited time only.
To celebrate the Tom Roberts exhibition, the National Gallery of Australia has partnered with Wedgwood to transform the dining room on level 2 mezzanine to the most fabulous Wedgwood Tea Room. However, once the exhibition wraps up on 28th March, so will the tea room so get in while you can for an exquisite high tea served between 11am-4.30pm daily.
You may be wondering what does the Tom Roberts exhibition and the works of an artist renowned for his rugged Australian landscapes and iconic pieces such as ‘Shearing the Rams’ have to do with high tea? It’s the subtle inspiration drawn from Tom Roberts that makes the Wedgwood Tea Room experience a thing of beauty.