Sweet tooths all over Sydney will know that when it comes to lollies, candies, and sweets, the supermarket just doesn't suffice. There are plenty of candy stores all over Sydney that stock a great range of lollies, chocolates, and more. We're looking for the best one in Sydney; from the old-style sweet shops, to the sugar megastores. We've found a few, but we want to know your best pick.
Sticky have a store at The Rocks where you'll find a great range of hard candies, lollipops, and jellies. You can head there to satisfy a craving, or order in bulk for a special event. One of the best things at Sticky, aside from the sweets, is that you get the chance to watch these delicacies as they're made. It is really interesting to watch these large wads of sugar become the tiny candies you take home in your pocket. Sticky is more than just a store, its an experience.
There are also a host of stores through Sydney that stock more than just traditional lollies. If head to British Sweets & Treats in Bondi you'll be treated by all the regular lollies, as well as chocolate bars, candies, soft drinks, and more from the United Kingdom and the Unites States. Sugar Fix in Alexandria have a similar range, and their factory outlet is great for small or bulk purchases. Whether you're after some peanut butter candies, or looking to update your Pez collection, you can find it all in this giant warehouse.
At Parry's Milkbar and Candystore you'll still be able to find all of those lollies and American treats that you can find at other stores, but they have something bit special. Perry's doubles as a milkbar, where you'll be able to get a great milkshake or hot chocolate, as well as stocking up on all your favourite treats. Another treat at Perry's is their range of homemade chocolates, it doesn't need to be Easter to enjoy some of these.
So let us know where you think we'll find Sydney's best candy store. From traditional hard candies, to the weird and wonderful varied American sweets. We know there are tasty treats to be found all around Sydney. Let us know which one you like the best, so sweet tooths all over Sydney can indulge.
By envre - reader Thursday, 15th of September @ 01:27 am
Brittish sweet shop at Balmain and The Candy store in Leura in the Blue Mountains are fantastic sweet shop's.
By lisam5 - reader Thursday, 15th of September @ 05:34 am
I used to love Scorched Peanut Bars but those nasties at Nestle stopped making them. Does anyone know a candy store that sells something similar?
By john5 - reader Thursday, 15th of September @ 07:22 am
The gift shop in the old fashioned corner shop at Susannah Place Museum in The Rocks has delicious old fashioned sweets!
By helen6 - reader Wednesday, 25th of July @ 04:32 am
Lolly World Cafe Horsley Park NSW have the old fashioned style self serve lolly bar. Everything you can think of Old fashioned scorched peanut bar coconut rough, rocky road, a wonderful range of lollipops. Lolly world is also a cafe with the best coffee,hot chocolate, milkshakes and pies in sydney.It is a fun place to visit
By Anonymous Monday, 24th of September @ 05:41 am
Lolly world! It's like being a kid in a candy store!
By Anonymous Monday, 24th of September @ 07:22 am
I like the British Lolly Shop in Darling Harbour...they have a huge range of the boiled lollies and other interesting British lollies. It's not as big as some of the others, but it's good to remember it's there if you're strolling around the harbour and want something sweet.
By Bec Ninness - senior reviewer Tuesday, 13th of September @ 11:41 pm
kiwi foods rockdale
By wayne39 - reader Thursday, 15th of September @ 03:32 am
By kevin - reader Thursday, 15th of September @ 07:33 am
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By Hopeo - reader Sunday, 15th of July @ 03:46 am
Leura Candy Shop
By plane - reader Tuesday, 24th of July @ 08:53 pm
If your looking for sweet, hard candy, i suggest Sticky. It's got a HUGE variety of hard candy and it is DELICIOUS!