What's On - Bathers Pavilion

What’s On

Bathers' X Westholme Supper Club

We’ve partnered with Westholme Wagyu for a one night only event.
Executive chef Aaron Ward has curated a 3 course menu using Westholme’s premium cuts of Wagyu.
Tuesday 28th November – 6:30pm – $150pp

New Year's Eve 2023

Celebrate at Bathers’ this New Year’s Eve with an unforgettable evening of entertainment, Champagne and great food across all three restaurants.
Lovegrove Entertainment is presenting some of Sydney’s top performers with multiple shows throughout the evening.
Book now to secure your reservation and make this New Year’s Eve an extraordinary experience!

Bathers’ Restaurant
Champagne on arrival
5 course degustation by executive chef Aaron Ward
Adults $320 Kids $220

Betel Leaf
Champagne on arrival
Signature banquet menu by head chef Air Jankatool
Adults $200 Kids $170

Champagne on arrival
3 course choice menu plus snacks from head chef Perry Hill
Adults $200 Kids $170


Christmas Functions at Bathers'

Looking for the perfect place to host your Christmas party this year? Look no further!

Whether it’s a large celebration with up to 200 guests, an end of year corporate event or a more intimate dinner or party, spoil your guests with award-winning food, wine and service in our unique spaces.

Every party is unique, and we understand that. Our dedicated functions manager will work closely with you to tailor every detail according to your preferences, ensuring your event reflects your style and vision.

A Christmas for Christmas at Bathers’- Now Showing at Bathers' Gallery

Two artists living under the same roof, with very different practices, and now a shared exhibition.

Gerald and Rosemary Christmas, long-standing and much-loved members of Mosman Art Society celebrate a unique artistic partnership at Bathers’ Pavilion until 28th December.

Gerald took up art with a vengeance when he retired from his law practice at 60. He was involved with the Mosman Art Society from its inception, Vice President for six years and then President for ten years until 2015. Encouraged by Rosemary, his style evolved from traditional landscapes to naïve figuration.

His Balmorality series is legendary. From their home a stone’s throw from the beach, he enthusiastically captured Balmoral life – the Pavilion, the Rotunda, the rocks, the island, the weddings, the square men, the curvy girls, the swimmers, all of it, in riotous colour and action.

Rosemary’s practice, on the other hand, is subtle and nuanced. Her innate aptitude was on hold during university and childrearing, but over the years she studied artmaking through the National Art School, the Julian Ashton School, Warringah Printmakers Studio, Australian Chinese Art Society, various summer schools, Willoughby Arts Centre workshops, and papermaking at Primrose Park Arts Centre.

Rosemary’s stunning breadth and diversity of medium, technique and genre, including acrylic, oil, watercolour Chinese brushstroke, printmaking, calligraphy and handmade paper are all on display.

It was at a Mosman Evening College sketching class in 1995 that she and three other students hatched the idea of a Mosman Art Society. Aided by Gerald and others, including Bryan Besly, it came to fruition. Rosemary is now an Honorary Life Member of MAS.

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