Easter at Cockle Bay Wharf
Easter at Cockle Bay Wharf


Easter at Cockle Bay Wharf

We’ve got fun, frolics and food this Easter at Cockle Bay Wharf.


Friday 19 April - Monday 22 April 2019
Find out what's happening at Cockle Bay Wharf this Easter.

If you’re ready to get off the couch and away from hot cross buns, we’ve got plenty for you.

All weekend long you can enjoy fresh seafood, fine wine and chocolate desserts at Nick’s Seafood, I’m Angus Steakhouse and Adria. Order something delicious, sit back and relax.

Easter delights at Nick's Seafood

Head to the rooftop for chic dining and harbour views. Café del Mar will be open on Easter Saturday to make sure you get your foodie fix. Enjoy elements of Spanish, Italian, French, Greek, Turkish and Moroccan cuisine all while enjoying the harbour views.

Head to the Lindt Café for sweet treats. Sit in for signature chocolate drinks and dessert sharing plates. The Lindt Salted Caramel Tasting Platter is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. A slice of salted caramel cake, salted caramel brownie, salted caramel délice and a selection of Lindor served with vanilla ice cream, Chantilly cream and a pot of chocolate. If you’ve only got time for takeaway, treat yourself to Lindt bunnies, gourmet chocolate eggs or chocolate chicks.

If you’re celebrating with family this Easter then Blackbird Café has got your brunch needs covered. There are free chocolate eggs, face painting and fairy floss for the kids and a $17 Easter cocktail special for the adults. Open from 8:30am on Saturday and Sunday and 11am on Monday until late. Whether it’s brunch, lunch or dinner you’ll find something to please everyone this Easter. Don’t forget to book in advance for the best seats in the house for Saturday night fireworks.

Rather sit down for a long lunch with friends? Tuck in to Easter Specials at Baia the Italian. Savour melt in your mouth braised lamb shank in red wine served with pumpkin and potato mash, honey glazed baby carrots, leek and chilli crisps. Or keep it light and fresh with grilled trout, ham and scallion potato gratin, red pepper sauce, fennel and baby radish salad with caramelised lime.

If family time and long lunches aren’t for you, then blow off some steam this Easter long weekend at HOME Sydney. Jessica Dhillon (aka DJ Goddess) will be performing on Thursday 18 April. She’s a Canadian native who’s tried her hand at choreography, film production and DJing. Specialising in Electro-Bollywood, she’s made a name for herself in an industry that still boasts of only a handful of female DJs. Pull out your best moves on Good Friday Eve, because this is sure to be a big one.