Closed: Enter to win a Champagne High Tea for you and five friends at Bacchus

February 5, 2016

Congratulations to our winner: Alena Jacobson

This competition has now closed.


To celebrate the launch of She Brisbane, Bacchus at South Bank is giving one lucky winner and five friends the chance to experience a champagne high tea fit for a queen (or six in this case).

The elegant surroundings of Bacchus provide the perfect setting for this quintessentially English experience. Attention to detail is key—Bacchus has imported the very finest William Edwards bone china from England – the same crockery used at The Goring, where the late Queen Mother enjoyed taking High Tea.

Enjoy freshly baked scones with crème Chantilly, mouth-watering slices, assorted macarons and a gourmet savoury selection that changes daily.

Bacchus High tea WIN post

TO ENTER: To enter to win this exciting prize and join the fashionable tea-sipping society indulging in the middle of the afternoon, subscribe to the She Brisbane newsletter (see link at the bottom of the screen) and/or like our Facebook page. Do both to enter twice!

The Bacchus on the corner of Grey and Glenelg St, host High Tea every Tuesday to Sunday afternoon. Reservations can be made by calling 3364 0837 or emailing [email protected]

See the menu online – here
Or visit the Bacchus Facebook page – here

T&Cs: All subscribers including existing She Brisbane subscribers and Facebook followers are in the draw to win. *Entrants agree to receive future promotional offers from She Brisbane. This prize is not redeemable for cash and is subject to date availability. Valid until 14 September 2016 – bookings essential. Competition closes at 8am, Monday 14 March 2016. Entry open to Brisbane residents only. The prize is a Chandon High Tea for six people, total prize value $318.

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