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  • Join Serge for a cooking class accoutrement Tuesday 7th Marchhellip
  • Happy Valentines Day  Fancy some Romance on the Beachhellip
  • Another new item on the Restaurant menu Mushroom consomm withhellip
  • New dish starting in the Restaurant tonight Sand whiting escabechehellip
  • A Bathers lunch with kathylette and pagesandpagesbooksellers Friday 5th Mayhellip
  • TRIBE A photographic exhibition by tanianiwaphotographer at batherspavilion throughout earlyhellip
  • Hi there lovers Still looking to impress your Valentine? Comehellip
  • Just a reminder that we are open all day ashellip
  • Miso happy about this dish! Tonights special  Duck breasthellip
  • New dish on tonights menu poached blue eye trevalla withhellip
  • What better way to cool off than with a purepopsicepopshellip



Friday 5th May at 12pm

$75 including a 2 course lunch and a glass of wine

Much has been written of late of the difficulties facing parents of autistic children with one recent study linking the stress involved with parenting children on the spectrum to that of a combat soldier.

But what happens when these children grow up? What happens when they want to have a relationship or sex? How does a parent navigate that minefield?

Kathy Lette explores this taboo topic in her latest novel, Best Laid Plans. Written in Kathy’s witty style, it shines a light on a previously undiscussed subject. Kathy proves that when it comes to sex, we all have special needs and, even the best laid plans can come unstuck.

For Bookings call The Bathers’ office on 02 9969 5050 between 9am and 5pm



Join Serge on his road trip through France and experience his favourite regions and dishes

Thursday 18th May
First stop the Loire Valley
4 course menu $95pp – 6.30pm for a 7pm start

The tour then continues to –
Rhône Valley – Thursday 29th June
Alsace – Thursday 20th July
St. Émilion – Wednesday 16th August
Languedoc – Thursday 21st September

For Bookings call The Bathers’ office on 02 9969 5050 between 9am and 5pm



Sunday 14th May, 2017

Open for breakfast from 7am until 11.45am and lunch from 12.00 noon but does not take reservations

BUFFET LUNCH 12pm to 3pm
Upstairs in our Functions Room and Terrace
$165 adults inclusive of wine and soft drinks
$75 children 10 years and under
(Minimum of 4 guests per table)
For bookings please contact the Bathers’ Office on 9969 5050

2 lunch sittings  – 11.30am to 2pm or 2.30pm to 5pm
$155 for 3 course lunch menu plus a gift for each mum at the table
$80 for children 10 years and under

DINNER IN THE RESTAURANT is open from 6.30pm onwards
full menu available

For Bookings call The Bathers’ office on 02 9969 5050 between 9am and 5pm




Friday 31st March at 7pm

$120pp including wine

Join us for a special evening beginning with oyster tasting and Louis Roederer Champagne followed by a two course dinner in the Restaurant.  Hear from Oyster Nurseries Tim Dumbrell, a local distributor of the finest rock oysters along the East Coast of Australia.

For Bookings call The Bathers’ office on 02 9969 5050 between 9am and 5pm



Thursday 18 May at 12pm

$75 includes a two course lunch and a glass of wine

Filled to the brim with fabulous advice on luxurious treatments and essential products, Secrets of a Beauty Queen is a refreshingly honest, irreverent memoir from one of Australia’s most respected beauty journalists.

Stephanie Darling has travelled the world interviewing celebrities, trialling new treatments and testing the hottest designer products. Stephanie reveals all in this insider’s look at the beauty industry. Stephanie Darling has had a long and impressive career in beauty journalism with some of the most prestigious magazines in the country. She started out at Vogue and since then has been Beauty Director of VOGUE Australia, Harper’s BAZAAR and Madison. Stephanie is currently Beauty Director for Sunday Life and Daily Life.

For Bookings call The Bathers’ office on 02 9969 5050 between 9am and 5pm


Every two months we have a different artist exhibit at Bathers’ Pavilion.


“EXPLORING…”  an exhibition by Rosemary Christmas

After teaching in high schools, libraries and theology degrees in the 1980’s it was not until the 1990’s that Rosemary became interested in practicing art.

Rosemary enjoys multiple choices of mediums including Chinese brush painting, printmaking and calligraphy, in which images can be taken further in the imagination and given new meaning.   The challenge of perceiving things in a different way by the combination of textures, colours and lines which change the mood is an ongoing discovery.

‘So artmaking to me is a continual discovery and adventure to see what colour texture or image emerges’.   This exhibition represents some of Rosemary’s personal explorations over the years.


‘TRIBE’ A photographic exhibition by Tania Niwa

Photographic artist Tania Niwa draws inspiration and strength from her Maori cultural heritage.  In her early career in 1994 whilst still living in Taranaki, New Zealand she created a ‘tribal’ series of indigenous portraits where she was able to infuse her images with the style, character and lore of her Maori ancestry namely Owae Marae (Maori meeting house) and Maunga (Mount) Taranaki. She has continued this series over her career to encompass Polynesian, African, Aboriginal, Indian, South American and Melanesian cultures.   Tania has established herself within the top echelon of Australasian photographers in her field and has also greatly impressed her North American contemporaries winning international awards with her self-commissioned powerful, earthy photographs that exude sensuality and incorporate a wonderful blend of documentary and slick design.

Tania has lived in Manly on the Northern Beaches for 22 years and now spends half of each month working in New Zealand, so she can reconnect with her family and tribe in her home city of New Plymouth, New Zealand.

“My photography is all about connecting, capturing and reflecting upon the essence, character and soul of people, their families, environment and culture.“