The CWA Tea Rooms is our major event promoting and fundraising for CWA of NSW and operates from the Home, Garden and Lifestyle pavilion.
Volunteers sell over 40,000 scones in ten days as well as a sandwiches, salads, tea, coffee, cakes and cold drinks. Don't miss the home made jams, fruit cake and cook books for sale on our promotions table.Scone with jam and cream
All profits from the Tea Rooms goes to supporting the work of the CWA of NSW, so why not stop by for a delicious devonshire tea or choose from our varied menu for lunch.
The CWA Tea Rooms boasts over 70 years of serving tea and scones to visitors at the Royal Easter Show. In 1947, the Metropolitan Group purchased the kiosk at the Royal Agricultural Society showground at Moore Park with an aim of raising money for the Association. It was paid off in 1952 and since then has been a good revenue stream for the CWA. Known for a good cuppa and scones, it also sold pies, soft drinks and ice creams. The Tea Rooms was later moved to an indoor location and in 1998, got a brand new cafe at Homebush within the Home & Lifestyle Pavilion where it’s been ever since.
To plan your day at the Show go to www.eastershow.com.au.
Volunteering at the Show
Members (with their friends/family) can apply to volunteer using the coupon found in the December Journal.
(supplies the hot chocolate and decafe coffee)