Desserts at South Bank
Indulge in a sugar rush with all-day (and night!) desserts. Discover desserts available at South Bank.
Cowch is Queensland’s first dessert and cocktail bar, and it's open from early until late making it an ideal spot for a full-on sugary feast or a cheeky takeaway treat.
Tucked away on Grey Street, Doughnut Time serves up hand-made sweet treats freshly made each day.
Gelare at South Bank combines the distinct Italian style of making ice-cream with a technique pioneered in America.
Made fresh daily in store, Happy Pops in Stanley Street Plaza offers handcrafted artisanal gelato and gourmet waffles on a stick.
Main Street Market offers a special flavoured shake menu, coffee and sweet treats including doughnuts and cronuts.
Max Brenner is a dessert destination of all things chocolate. Featuring a chocolate bar to dine in and a shop filled with Max Brenner chocolate creations to take home.
New Zealand Natural stocks premium ice cream, frozen yoghurt and sorbet in a range of flavours.
Renowned for their gluten-free, ‘baked not fried’ donuts, Nodo located on the ground floor of the ABC building.
Located in the Southpoint building, Stone Artisan Bakers specialises in cakes, slices and other takeaway desserts as well as sourdough bread and gournet pies.
From the best assortment of old-fashioned sweets, to the latest on the market, the Great Aussie Sweet Company abounds with sugary goodness.
For restaurant, cafe, cheap eats, bars and fine dining options at South Bank head to the 'Eat and drink' page.