Beautiful locations where delicious baked goods are made are bakeries. You are welcomed by the aroma of freshly made goodies, pastries, and bread, which leaves you hungry. Bakeries sell sweet foods with the value of warm bread with butter, muffins, cupcakes, and cookies. Bakers start making dough early in the morning, cooking it to excellence, and embellishing their baked delicacies. Many bakers also design original cakes for birthdays and anniversaries. Everyone enjoys going to a bakery since it provides a warm place to savour freshly made goods. It’s a location where honey and warmth are always found.

There is a list of the top bakeries in the Blue Mountains made by Local Australia Guide. Every bakery has own flavours and proprietary recipes. You must visit one of these bakeries when you are in the Blue Mountains. They supply a homey ambience together with the opportunity to savour delicious handcrafted treats. These bakeries will fulfil your cravings and provide a unique touch to your visit, whether you’re a visitor or a local.

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1. Black Cockatoo Bakery

Black Cockatoo
Since his early years, Alexandre Rivière, the founder of Black Cockatoo Bakery, has been active in the food industry. He trained as a chef before turning to baking, following in his father’s footsteps after being born in Paris. His works are full with heritage and passion, which demonstrates his abiding love for the trade. As an art therapist and herbalist, his wife Lulu brings a special touch to the bakery. She works her magic in the company, finding inventive ways to include her passion for art and flora. Black Cockatoo Bakery is a particular location because of Alexandre and Lulu’s collaborative effort to create a distinctive, lively bakery experience that blends delectable baked goods with a cosy, creative ambience.

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Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 7:30am - 2pm
Thursday 7:30am - 2pm
Friday 7:30am - 2pm
Saturday 7:30am - 2pm
Sunday 7:30am - 2pm
Review on Google: “Cool spot for the morning cup of espresso and amazing flaky pastries. We loved the almond croissant and the pistachio chocolate escargot. So much so we came here on both mornings we were in the Blue Mountains!” – Christine Chau

2. Mountain High Pies

Mountain High Pies
Owner and chief baker of Mountain High Pies, Damian Smith, started his pie and baking career in Canberra in 1981 and completed it with honours. He first worked at some of Sydney’s best patisseries before he and his brother started their first store in Canberra in 1985. After 20 years of running different bakeries, Damian and his wife Reyna made the decision to concentrate on making hot pies that are high-quality and fresh in the Blue Mountains. They established Mountain High Pies in Wentworth Falls in 2006. Damian still works actively in everyday activities and takes pleasure in interacting with the community. He regularly provides delectable food and first-rate customer service.

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Monday 6am - 4pm
Tuesday 6am - 4pm
Wednesday 6am - 4pm
Thursday 6am - 4pm
Friday 6am - 4pm
Saturday 6am - 4pm
Sunday 6am - 4pm
Review on Google: ” First timer here, and I completely loved both pies (Beef, cheese & bacon and lamb & rosemary). The food was fresh and the staff was very friendly and eager to give recommendations. Will definitely return to try some more!” – Ema Chan

3. Taddy's Cakes and Pies

Taddy's Cakes And Pies
In the centre of Blaxland, New South Wales, sits a beloved little bakery called Taddy’s Cakes and Pies. Here, Taddy, more commonly known as Jason, painstakingly crafts each item by hand on the spot, utilising his ten plus years of baking expertise. The bakery is well-known for its unwavering devotion to quality, making sure that every cake and pie is a true reflection of Taddy’s passion and expertise. Beyond only wonderful food, Taddy’s Cakes and Pies takes pleasure in offering warm, helpful customer service that makes every visit to the quaint town of Blaxland enjoyable for both locals and guests.

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Monday 8am - 3pm
Tuesday 8am - 3pm
Wednesday 8am - 3pm
Thursday 8am - 3pm
Friday 8am - 3pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm
Sunday Closed
Review on Google: “Came here for the fresh and delicious pies, did not disappoint. They have a fair variety of cakes and pies from classics to specials like a cheeseburger pie which was very interesting. They also have some seating outside to sit and enjoy.” – Z K

4. OMG Decadent Donuts

OMG, Decadent Doughnuts is known for its dedication to making mouthwateringly open sweets that fulfil wants for all people, no matter dietary restrictions or unique tastes. They highly value the use of organic ingredients to continuously develop new flavours, such as fruits, vegetables, and spices. They also provide personalised drizzles and sugars to go with their doughnuts. OMG guarantees that every doughnut is soft, light, and fluffy, offering a great flavour and texture experience. This is achieved by a strong focus on research and development. By retaining profits in each location, their licenced business model helps local communities by enabling independent company owners to prosper.

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Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 4pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm
Review on Google: “What a hidden gem! The donuts here are amazing, would absolutely recommend trying them. The strawberry one was our personal favourite however the chocolate and classic cinnamon also were great too.” – Taylor Heon

5. The Grumpy Baker

The Grumpy Baker
In the beginning, The Grumpy Baker baked in a small kitchen at the rear of their store. Loyal customers were drawn to Oxford Street by the smell of fresh bread, and they were treated to rustic, gourmet bread free of preservatives. Demand increased after three years, leading to a move into the wholesale sector, where they now serve upscale hotels and restaurants. They moved to a Leichhardt commercial factory and was accredited with HACCP. The Grumpy Baker strategically decided in 2021 to stop doing wholesale business and concentrate on growing their own retail outlets, guaranteeing a sustained commitment to offering high-quality bread and enhancing their local presence.

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Monday 6:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 6:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 6:30am - 5pm
Thursday 6:30am - 5pm
Friday 6:30am - 5pm
Saturday 7am - 5pm
Sunday 7am - 5pm
Review on Google: “Very long, slow-moving queue for a good pie. Very gourmet pie menu. Personally, I prefer the more traditional varieties like pepper steak. Frustrated by the unnecessary waste of using single use foil trays. All the bins were overflowing.” – The Maladjusted Vagabond

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